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Dr. Leo Igwe’s iDOUBT Workshop


Author(s): Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Publication (Outlet/Website): Medium (Humanist Voices)

Publication Date (yyyy/mm/dd): 2018/03/19

Dr. Leo Igwe is on the move once more. As per usual, he is someone to watch as he is working to help the public with community services devoted to critical thinking.

As a Nigerian activist and journalist, Igwe created a 5-Step Critical Thinking or CT workshop entitled “iDOUBT” in order to appeal to modern sensibilities in title one can safely assume.

He wants to reduce and eliminate the superstitions plaguing the tribal groups in the Philippines and throughout Subsaharan Africa. He earned a doctoral degree from the University of Bayreuth with a specialty in Witchcraft inside of Ghana.

The workshop has been presented 12 times at the time of this writing. Igwe is a prominent and widely celebrated humanist in Nigeria and increasingly around the world for his humanist, secular, and critical thinking work.

He is a busy man and a good person in general (from personal experience at-a-distance).

iDOUBT workshops have five steps for students to be able to examine their belief systems and possibly rid themselves of their superstitions from their youths. Most of the superstitions are inculcated at a young age.

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