Some writers and analysts often go to the extent of listing our problems by bullet points. However, the problems and challenges facing Africa today go far beyond bullet points. In fact, they are quite interconnected.
There is poverty in Africa today and there is hunger. There is rampant corruption all across the continent. Terrorism is taking over parts of the continent and there is insecurity
A recent research report released by a group of UK and Africa-based NGOs suggests that, while western countries send about $30bn in development aid to Africa each year, more than six times that amount leaves the continent, "mainly to the same countries providing the aid".
In other words, western countries hide under the banner of "aid" to loot Africa. The money Africa receives in the name of
Africa is gradually abandoning capital punishment (also known as the death penalty) for good. Why? Because, Africa understands we are in a new age and time. Capital punishment on the other hand, is archaic, inhumane, error-prone, and simply a barbaric form of punishment.
The Republic of Benin officially abolished the death penalty in 2016. The republics of Madagascar and Congo abolished the
France is Africa’s never-ending nightmare. The pain and destruction France has caused Africa is quite untold. To the French elites of yesterday and today, Africa as a continent is nothing but an “uncivilized” colony that needs to be civilized.
As French president Emmanuel Macron recently made clear, to France, Africa has a “civilizational problem” and France cannot abandon Africa. In fact
To America and some other countries of the advanced world, war is business and war is money. War isn't just business but a very profitable one. Some even think war is more profitable than education. But How is war a business and how does war profit man? Who are the CEOs of war and what are their salaries?
In the case of Africa, the answer is quite simple. The more we fight and kill ourselves
Not long ago, president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, threatened to leave the UN (using some very insultive words and calling president Obama the "son of a bi*ch") and the media went wild on him for that statement. I sided with the media because of the childish way Duterte put his words. That aside, the media also went wild on Duterte for another reason.
According to the media, it is