A Better Africa is needed!
I’ve been educating myself and listening to many of the great leaders such as Thomas Sankara, Gaddafi And many others that wanted a better a better Future for Africa. Western leaders from Foreign countries such as British, France, England etc.. if you look deep at these African Leaders they never really cared what these people had to offer because they ain’t see Africa as a testing ground or a place of Usery. African leaders the real leaders participated and came with great ideas for their countries and because others didn’t wanted to see them change The Africa to a Better Africa the Envious and greed took others by the power they planned and the money that was given to them and took over. Took over so much many became Dictators.
I personally don’t Trust politicians because many and so many of them lie even to get in office They will they tell you what you want to hear and once they are in they do the opposite. To all my conclusion ( you don’t have to believe or agree with me your untitled to your own opinions) The way Africa and its countries will move forward and better is for us now the younger Generation to make it a task to create a new core of leaders, Visionary leaders. Leaders who wants to see Africa free, leaders who want to help Africans to develop confidence in themselves, in their culture, in the food they eat, in the way they dress, in the way they walk & Talk Leaders who want to encourage Africans to take control of their own resources. We The People need to engineer this new leaders. That is the task. Idk what my future will take in Africa but Inshaa’Allah by the will of Allah I will bring change someway some how!.. you should to!..
It will be imperative for Africa to focus on boosting the manufacturing sector,which is vital particularly in terms of job creation.
A better Africa is one that has a stable economy, peace amongst its citizen, countries free of corruption and respects the rule of law. African leaders should also avoid overdependance of the west to solve its crisis.
If the leaders of African countries are able to prioritise these practices, we are going far as a continent