Our History







The fascination of history is that no state of affairs persists for ever and it is in its turning points that history’s greatest moments are to be found: The points where events take a new direction.

The best known turning point is in the story of creation itself as recorded in the Bible in the book of Genesis 1:1:

“And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.”

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“One man with an idea in his head is in danger of being considered a madman, two men with the same idea in common may be foolish, but can hardly be mad; ten men sharing an idea begin to act, a hundred draw attention as fanatics, a thousand and society begins to tremble, a hundred thousand and there is war abroad, and the cause has victories tangible and real; and why only a hundred thousand? Why not a hundred million and peace upon the earth? You and I who agree together, it is we who have to answer that question.”.

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Our Future

There is very little left to be said about the problem with Nigeria because of the labour and efforts of Nigeria’s legion of commentators and columnists and the fact that our experience is not unique. The history of human affairs has a way of always repeating itself: as it was, so it is, and so it will be. The challenge is to move Nigeria on to the next phase of our history...

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Our Commitment

The Genesis Project is committed to bringing all the people of Nigeria out of the reign of darkness and into the light. Towards this end we will:...

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