Africa has 1.3 billion citizens & 3,000 ethnic nations in 55 countries. To rest the ghost of Biafra past, each and every one of those citizens and cultures must be protected and nurtured by a system designed for people, not for rulers. don’t stop now… read on!
Is ‘godfather’ a totally dirty word? Are there good godfathers who don’t want anything (much) in return for their political godfatherhood, who are happy with the odd Ghana-mus-go at Christmas don’t stop now… read on!
History starts everyday. 2010’s rash of 50th anniversaries is another opportunity for African nations (some more urgently than most) to look again with an objective blend of subjectivity at their most-referenced bastion of identity, the Name. don’t stop now… read on!
The first thing a national leader does, on the day after he ‘wins’ 51% of the vote, is to make a speech wooing the 49% who campaigned and voted against him. How on earth does a ‘leader’ bring on board the survivors of people he has vicariously run through with a spear? don’t stop now… read on!