UDS lecturer: There seems to be a deficit in how we think — Dr. Nashiru

Dr. Abdul Nashirudeen Mumuni

Story Zakaria Abdul Hakim Cisse || Sanatu Zambang

There seems to be a deficit in how we think — Dr. Nashiru A lecturer at the University for Development Studies, Tamale has lamented on the mental orientation of our generation.

Dr. Abdul Nashirudeen Mumuni who is a physicist was making a contribution during the opening of Ibrahim Mahama’s newly rediscovered Nkrumah Voli (Nkrumah Silo). He wondered how the problems of this country would be solved with the current mindset of people.

He said that there is a lack of thinking in today’s youth, which makes them unable to imagine. This he said constituted part of why the country is facing our current problems.

He was however positive that there is a future for Ghana with thinkers like Ibrahim. Applauding Ibrahim Mahama for opening such spaces, the lecturer said he was amazed by how a Ghanaian with such international recognition is concerned about his motherland.

Dr. Nash as he is popularly called, however, called on Dr. Mahama to try and visit their school and engage with the students. This he said will give the students insight into what art is and get them motivated by how the artiste has transcended in the industry. He revealed that the presentation made by Ibrahim Mahama was totally excellent and stroke him well. He promised to make time and visit the SCCA and the Redclay.

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