Aminu Kano Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Aminu Kano Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: Anyone who wants to be a leader must be the servant, not the boss, of Anyone who wants to be a leader must be the servant, not the boss, of those he wants to serve. — Aminu Kano
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Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: One must scratch that part of the body or mind that itches. One must scratch that part of the body or mind that itches. — Aminu Kano
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Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: The road to freedom is full of thorns and fire, yet happy is he who The road to freedom is full of thorns and fire, yet happy is he who follows it! — Aminu Kano
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Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: A bowl rotates faster at the top than at the bottom. A bowl rotates faster at the top than at the bottom. — Aminu Kano
Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: He who allows himself to be arrested for a crime he did not commit will He who allows himself to be arrested for a crime he did not commit will be expelled from the party, but if he resists and comes to us on a stretcher, he is a hero. — Aminu Kano
Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: The system doesn't have to be pure, but it does have to work. The system doesn't have to be pure, but it does have to work. — Aminu Kano
Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: As long as we continue to think we will be happy in the future, we As long as we continue to think we will be happy in the future, we will never be happy in the moment, and that is the same as saying that we will never be happy. If we think that our lives will be better when we get that better job or retire, stay or go, gain or lose weight, or when our children grow and leave or come back, we are putting off the happiness that there is in today. — Aminu Kano
Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: One can't realize difficulty arriving at a momentous decision until one comes to do so. One can't realize difficulty arriving at a momentous decision until one comes to do so. — Aminu Kano
Aminu Kano Sayings By Aminu Kano: I am more interested in the purpose of government than its mechanics-though the means should I am more interested in the purpose of government than its mechanics-though the means should at least be good enough to lead to the ends desired. — Aminu Kano