I am interested in both classical principles of architecture and of politics with respect to, the perenial problem of justice, scientific advancement and regional tradtions.
One thing led to the other. I had a humble architectonic beginning. It was the highest architectural principles that plunged me into the vitality of classical political insights.
My primal concern is the spread of sound civic education on the universal right of human beings as the only solution against the problem of justice, which cannot be brought to an end by any revolution or ideology. This is so as long as humans are humans.
This civic education involves a trajectory and a transformation. It begins with the injection of the civil societies with the four cardinal and political virtues of the universal right of human beings. These four things are; political responsibility, political freedom, sustenance of life and rule of law. Only then could you have a legitimate constitution and then good cities where the perenial problem of justice is soluble.
The most important thing to me now is how to inject the African societies with the universal right of human beings towards legitimate regimes and just cities.