Marginalization in Nigeria

Since the amalgamation of Nigeria in 1914 there has been the issue of marginalization. In fact, marginalization has eaten deep into every aspect of Nigeria’s economy!! I was honourably invited by journalist Pius Awunah to talk about the issue of marginalization in Nigeria which have been bedeviling Nigeria since inception in KAFTAN TV Station Abuja.

I am really happy to be able to participate in this Talkshow Program hosted by Pius Awunah on KAFTAN TV. It was really an interesting topic to talk about as Pius and I uncovered many issues and factors behind the issue of marginalization. Without further ado, here is the YouTube link to watch the talkshow. Feel free to leave your comment, like, share. You can also write me your opinion and feedbacks. I am sure you are going to enjoy watching this Talkshow and not only that you will surely learn something from it.

Published by Kingsley Osajie

My name is Kingsley Osajie, I am the Author of the children's book Cindy and Her Beautiful Bird. I am a talented, prolific, astounding, heart-based and influential writer. I write in all genres. I am determined to use my Blog to share my opinions, knowledge and inspire the World; also raising the Consciousness of Humanity to a Higher Dimension. I am from Delta State, Nigeria. I love Writing, meeting like-minded people, spending time in Nature and anything which promotes Positive Vibes and Positive Energies. Anything that sets the tone for a Positive Life Momentum is my Hobby. I also believe in Compassion. I am of the thought that we create our own reality and we can change the narrative of our Reality and Lives. So feel free to surf my blog and yes, let's labrish! XoXo and Namaste!

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