Reading this feels like reading a script on an African tragedy; Africa too was for many years under…
Stephen Kamugasa, thekamugasachallenge
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You really don’t want an Alexander the Great. The story of the Gordian Knot was that Gordias had tied a knot of great complexity, and whoever untied the knot would conquer Asia. Alexander untied the knot with his sword and then went on to conquer Greece, the mid-East, Persia and parts of Pakistan and India.

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