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Reasons the Pan African Ideology Failed

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Pan African Ideology started in the United States of America and was heavily promoted by individuals such as Marcus Garvey. The idea started in the 18th Century. The movement had a philosophy of driving Black Liberation against White Domination and Exploration The Pan African Movement grew as Africa sought anContinue reading “Reasons the Pan African Ideology Failed”


Former Ghanaian First President, Freedom Fighter and Champion of the Pan African Movement Kwame Nkrumah did say that “I am not African because I was born in Africa but because Africa was born in me” These words were remiscent of the works that Kwame Nkrumah did on the continent of Africa. He was part ofContinue reading “PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: Kwame Nkrumah”

The Greatest Mistake by Pan-Africanists

Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Pan-African Movement is believed to have originated from the United States of America between the 18th and 19th Century. Proponents and Legends like Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey are regarded as Fathers of the Movement. It was a Philosophy that drove the Black Liberation against White Domination and Exploitation. History recordsContinue reading “The Greatest Mistake by Pan-Africanists”

PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: Thomas Isidore Sankara

By John Moono Former Burkinabe President and Pan-Africanist Thomas Isidore Sankara remarked “I think the most important thing is to bring people to a point where they have self-confidence and understand that they can at last be authors of their own well being” The vicious colonial system has been so influencial that it’s effects areContinue reading “PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: Thomas Isidore Sankara”


By John Moono Bantu Stephen Biko was born on 18 December 1946 and Raised in a poor Xhosa family, Biko grew up in Ginsberg township in the Eastern Cape  and died on 12 September 1977. He was a South African anti-apartheid activist. Biko’s given name “Bantu” means “people”; Biko interpreted this in terms of the saying “Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu”  meaning “a person is aContinue reading “BANTU STEPHEN BIKO”

KWAME NKRUMAH: the Pan-Africanist

He Built all, but did not Build even a House for Himself Kwame Nkrumah ruled Ghana for 9 years: from 1957 to 1966, under this period he built at least an industry in every region of Ghana, He built several newly Industrial Cities across Ghana including the Famous Tema and Akosombo industrial cities. These industrialContinue reading “KWAME NKRUMAH: the Pan-Africanist”


By John Moono Barely a Year after Zambia got her independence and being a Young nation, the last thing the country needed was an economic downturn. However, Kenneth Kaunda’s ascension to the Presidency was not all rosy. The Neighbouring Rhodesia ( now Zimbabwe) under the Government of Ian Smith in 1965 declared independence against theContinue reading “UDI TESTED KAUNDA’s LEADERSHIP”