• What is education? Have Africans forgotten the meaning of education? The ultimate aim of any education system is to equip children with the numeracy, literacy and wider skills that they need to realize their potential and that their countries need to generate jobs, innovation and economic growth. The latter fruits of education can only be achieved if Africans embrace physical reasoning. The few enlightened ones need to intensively engage in activities geared to liberalise the mindsets of the beneficiaries in the education sector. The activities include studying the present curricula, adding the liberal policies that have made them the liberal elites that they are, so as to unlock the dogma of two embedded in there. More still, the elites should wholeheartedly invest in kindergarten education, enriching it with curricula that uphold the fusion of African culture with the other policies. This will eradicate the growth of dogma at the grassroots hence an overall eradication will suffice. In the end, we’ll have a mega revamping of the African society because education is the arena for mass enlightenment. (Image Credit: USAID)