Can Africa Escape?
Yes! However, When?
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|Format: ||Paperback, 194 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 07 August 2014|
Can Africa Escape? A book authored by Shaibu Sunday Danladi tries from all the strategic dimensions in response to some crucial events that had to suspend African liberation into a fully democratization and normalization over the past decade of the continent independence from the early 50s-60s. The book response to the questions Why is that the African continent is still under a vulnerability of instability, uncertainty, under-developed, poor, high rate of inequality and so on. Despite the continent leaders' assurances on the various Africans independence speeches to transits African societies into an undeniably transparent, democratic, equitable nations with a vision to succeed independently? What took place to change those African leader promises? What is behind Africans inability to re-organized their nations at once after the independence that had to end-up on fake promises of African leaders without liberating African continents from its obscurities? What is responsible for the contemporary African nations terrors, poverty, anarchy, huge dependency on the external borrowing without ends? Why are African societies and their people often seeing externally as a second class citizens around the world? Who is responsible? Who should be charged and what is the possible avenue out for African states? Anyone looking for an answer into the contemporary Africans dichotomy should consult this volume. "To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Why should African nations be standing as uncharged, intransigent to modification? (Shaibu, 2014) ................................................................................................................. Winston Churchill"
About the Author
Shaibu Sunday Danladi had worked for several years at the Foreign Service office- Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; He was educated from both Africa and Central Europe, where he currently lectures and research into the contemporary Nigeria political Tension. A scholar, Author, Lecturer, public speaker and political analyst with references to the origins of political violence, Terrorism and civil Wars. He had contributed to a number of academic works E.g. Conferences, Presentations, Articles, and Books and as being a lecturer. He relishes being a pure, gentle scholar, but with a sober facial expression at the concurrent international politics. He has recently authored a book on the modern emerging powers into the African continents heartland. Shaibu D.S. Had contributed significantly to the contemporary debates In Africa continent. Specifically on the emerging powers in Africa and the current cold wars in the African soil as Lecturer, a Conference presenter, and as author . He can be reached @ Sunday.email@example.com.
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