For centuries we were taught that anger is bad. That we need to control our anger.
Today I want to challenge that premise. Why can we not channel our anger to yield positive results? Why not use anger to challenge the inhumanity of this world?
Following the recent Xenophobic attacks in SA, at least seven lives were lost and thousands displaced.To take a life, to deny one their fundamental human right is a sin. Making sense of violent acts against humanity is very difficult to do. It behooves us as young African leaders to transcend differences, celebrate our diversity and leverage our common humanity. Must we have more violence and unrest before someone decides this has gone on long enough?