Democracy is Not a Good Thing For Africa – Salif Keita, The Golden Voice of Africa

Prior to the arrival of European travelers and subsequently colonialism, Africa has had its own political system. Not only has colonialism created a new struggle of unending attempts by Africans to adopt an “alien” governance system, but it has also equally placed the entire continent in the exploitive end of the capitalist economic system. For decades, […]

Events in Mali threatens peace and security in West Africa – President Buhari

The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has joined the many individuals, organizations and nations to condemn the current occurrence in Mali where President, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita’s government has been overthrown by military coup. “Nigeria strongly supports the efforts of ECOWAS Chairman, President Mahamadou Issoufou, for wider regional and continental consultations with ECOWAS, the AU and […]

The Solution and Strategy for African Unity

Africa’s political structures and historical experiences are many such that they cannot result in being summarized in a single context. However, many contemporary political analysts have agreed in treating the continent under a single band in that the continent and its people are all victims of Western and Arabic colonial oppression, slavery, and imperialism in […]

Police in America are looting black bodies – Trevor Noah

South African Comedian and political commentator Trevor Noah made a wild statement in a video on his official Facebook page that the fundamental thing happening now is that police in America are looting black bodies. His comment follows the recent George Floyd incident, which led to an outburst in the United States where it occurred […]

Coronavirus: Another 1984 Replay

AGAIN: It has Begun Coronavirus has gone beyond medical issues, at least for now; it has assumed a new dimension, political and racial tension. The world health watchdog organization, World Health Organization (WHO) under its current director-general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has come under attack from United States, specifically, from the POTUS, who accused the […]

How did the “hopeful” Barack Obama loss his popularity among African youths

In 2008, from CapeTown to Cairo, Nairobi to Lagos, portraits in streets and T-shirts of the face of a man whose presidential victory marked the realization of the “prophecy” or the dream of Martin Luther King: “I have a dream”, was visible everywhere and sang on radios and televisions even in remote villages, throughout the […]