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UNLOCKING THE LIMIT OF AREWA IMAGINATION

Imagination has no limit nor climax, but it requires one’s ability to use what one has effectively, regardless of the unsupportive system operated in his community or society. The Environment consists of many tribes and traditions, different perspectives, and thinking.

Many of the communities in the area found themselves in a dilemma of unlocking their imaginations. Not that they don’t know how to think, but the avenue in which they grew up could not support them or instead invest in them to help them bring out the hidden treasure that can bridge the developmental gap In society. Their culture has ruled over their thinking by not providing an avenue to unleash their prowess. But giving attention to education is the only way to unlock that imagination, as education is our passport to the future.

Many parents grew up believing that Western education is against their culture. This belief has grown tremendously through the years from generation to generation. Most of them did not attend schools to have formal schooling but instead practised Agriculture, earned and produced food for their daily consumption and provided for their family needs. This has been the practice for so many years, till when the colonial masters came and started sending them to school to learn to adapt to the modern world of creativity.

To unlock areas of imagination, education must be given attention, which will help bring out the vision in us to produce men and women who know how to think and solve problems. Children must be sent to school from a tender age to grow passionate about knowledge and reading and choose and Chase their dreams. This will help them to the extent that they can think about how to carry out research and provide solutions to problems. Reaching this stage of education, where a child can think of carrying out research, shows that the imagination is unlocked. The child who possesses those qualities can then be mentored and guided because he has a vision that, when transformed, will lead to Innovation.


Many people are not limited in their imagination but rather lack the avenue that will help them pour out that imagination. And this has led to a drastic change in the development of Arewa. Many people have invented from their imagination but lack support or someone who will invest in them so that they can bring out their best to the fullest. If those creative minds are supported or financed, it can bridge the developmental gap between the past decades and build the future ahead creatively. This ability of the mind to simulate the end and make it happen in reality is the unlocking of the imagination. At a young age, vision comes to us quickly, and we can create or innovate something because the brain is fresh and little accommodated. But as we get older, our imagination capacity decreases.


These beliefs in communities and societies are deeply rooted and have affected the growth of individuals’ imagination because it will not be appreciated, or even when it is appropriated but less encouraged, it can make you not glow to your maximum brightness. But when attention is given to children from a tender age and allowed to do what they have passion for, it will become a society of imagination.


Giving attention to education is the only way to unlock imagination from someone because that education will make someone broad-minded and cosmopolitan in his activities. Because His mind has accommodated many things that he can think of and bring them out. From what he learned, the training he acquired, and the skills he gained, he can bring out some meaningful solutions to problems happening in his society. His approach towards that defines or displays his imagination and how to use it. A unique situation in society is the lack of support to creative minds. Someone enjoys doing something and performs better when he is being appreciated. His appreciation and support will be his driving force to become what he wishes to be and continue with his journey.


If societies and communities invest in creative minds within and around their provinces, they will build a generation of people who think and solve problems. There are a lot of issues happening in our environments, but providing an avenue for creative minds to share their thoughts and views on a particular subject and suggest their solutions can bring about change, knowing that those creative minds will learn the most to affect the lives of people around them and also mentor the younger generations coming up. Imagination can unlock the life we live to an advanced system operated to restore our thinking and vision towards the future, providing solutions to challenges towards the race of excellence and changing our society to a modern atmosphere of Innovation and thinking. The world is changing, and only those who adapt to those changes will survive in the world of creativity and Innovation.


To unlock areas of imagination, education must be given attention to change our approach towards solving problems and our social activities, and most importantly, our thinking and creativity. Different strategic planning can be deployed in solving problems in society, and among those which can be assured is the involvement of Creative minds. Those who have a good vision are far better than most people in the community. Imagination is powerful, such that what you imagined, you can bring it out to reality. And with your vision, you can change the world in so many ways, especially by providing solutions to problems.


There are a lot of creative minds in the area, but they lack mentors who will put and guide them through and bring the best out of them. Likewise the creative minds, there are easy ways to link up and connect with mentors. But your approach determines how serious you are and what you will gain from them.