THE LACK of transguration in low-impact African academia with regards to cultivated and insensate academics is largely accountable for Africas incapacity to reinvent, transform, and redeem the material condition of the African people.
Although this project is essentially a tale of woe regarding the largely unresponsive African academia, it is also methodical in its orientation in a measure to divulge the sub rosa and hegemonic regimes which preclude objective rationality in African intellectualism.
Transguration is a prerequisite to transformation. The conceptual idea is that responsiveness and transformation are essentially about the pursuit of relative gains. In Africa, transformation can only be achieved when African people start observing Africa through African lenses.
This project is intended for researchers and students of Africa as they would be introduced to introspective intuition as a fundamental framework for societal remediation.