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Ghana must develop by embracing its own traditional gods

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Comment: HINDUISM HAS NOT UNDERDEVELOPED INDIA

Author:
KOFI OF AFRICA
Date:
2014-02-12 17:10:41
Comment to:
MONKEYS,SNAKES, AIDING DEVELOPMENT

kwabena ohemeng,london,

This is what I conclude in the above article, which has not as yet ran off this wall:

'I do not believe in religions but am interested to search their cultural significances. What is germane is, that although our traditional abosum, like all religions - including, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism – are mythical. They are unrealistic, spiritual bugaboo (object of fear or alarm; a bogey). But they do have some importance and relevance to our traditional cultural and economic sectors. I propose their replacement with the sustainable political ideologies, of Socialism and Pan-Africanism. Ghana needs a people-based, mobilising, motivating, science and technology-fuelled, manufacturing focused, industrialized, export based economy.'

Science and technology implies an advance knowledge of science and maths. The mobilisation of all our people to implement the 10-15 year Development and Modernisation Programme, implies HARD WORK - WORK AND HAPPINESS as Dr. Nkrumah's CPP called it in the 1960s.

This is the thrust of what I have stated in this article.

Regards.

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KOFI OF AFRICA on Feb 12, 2014 17:10
HINDUISM HAS NOT UNDERDEVELOPED INDIA