Why I stand for the United States of Afrika

Why I stand for the United States of Afrika  Written by Noble Yabi Afrikans, at home and in the Diasporas, need to fully comprehend the immensity of the task ahead if truthfully the objective of the wave of awakening movement spreading across the globe among Afrikans is to be unfettered from the Western White Oppression, […]

57 Years on Africa needs a Re-think

57 YEARS ON- Africa needs a rethink By John Moono The African continent has had it’s fair share of problems and the people of the continent have suffered adversely from these problems. A number of soils of the continent fought tirelessly to see the African continent get emancipated from the imperialists. 57 years on Africa […]


ZAMBIA’S POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT By Moono John The borders of Northern Rhodesia (present day Zambia) were drawn by the British between 1890 and 1911. This scenario is very similar among African countries as their borders were drawn by the colonial powers after the Berlin Conference that gave go ahead to the Scramble for Africa. Before the […]

Remembering Pan-Africanist and DRC’s independent leader, Patrice Lumumba

                Patrice Émery Lumumba was born in 2 July 1925. He served as the first prime minister of independent Democratic Republic of Congo from June until September 1960. Ideologically, Patrice Lumumba was an African nationalist and Pan-Africanist. He led the Congolese National Movement (MNC) party from 1958 until […]