“Seeking for a better recourse”
I am not a politician and I don’t in any modality intend to be one as such principally because of the many “evils and deceits” dusting it.
I just care about the future and trying to find ways of how Africa can overcome the mess created by both colonial governments and some African thieves who have stolen from their own people.
I find this time not appropriate to lament and not even to put our hopes in the hands of foreigners but to deal with our problems and find a collective concrete and more defining solutions to remedying them.
This is why my focus is on youths and the traces of the visions Dr. Kwame Nkrumah left for us all to emulate from.
I know if Africa’s youthful population stand together on a common front of “unity in diversion”, a brighter future awaits generations yet unborn.
If we change our attitude, revamp the determination and commitment of our forefathers and fight our fears on a realistic ground.
I believe firmly that we can defeat diseases, hunger, the institutionalised decadence of corruption and greed which are ruining our beloved continent and respective nations.
Africa must work, Her institutions must be made active. She simply must define the fortunes of tomorrow’s world.