Omoluwabi 2.0: A Code of Transformation

From Emergent Africa Wed Dec 26 2012, 06:06:00

Sylvester Odio Akhaine reviews Omoluwabi 2.0:

In Omoluwabi 2.0, Adewale Ajadi lays out a new way of organising and transforming, organisations, countries and continents, based on the Yoruba principle of Omoluwabi, updated for the 21st century.

There are not many original thinkers who dare to explore new territories with creative mental tools and attentiveness to details and still come up with a reader friendly book. Adewale Ajadis book comes with freshness. Omoluwabi 2.0 is long overdue and it should fill the knowledge gap created by an apparent lack of codification and wide dissemination of imo ijinle (deep knowledge) Kole Odutola: Lecturer at the University of Florida, Author of Diaspora and Imagined Nationality

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