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René-Kinée ALLAMAGBO, Assessing Kwame Nkrumah’s Call for All-Africa Union Government in the 21st Cen Version imprimable Suggérer par mail
20-01-2017
Assessing Kwame Nkrumah’s Call for All-Africa Union Government in the 21st Century:
A Re-Reading of Africa Must Unite
René-Kinée ALLAMAGBO
FLASH// Université d’Abomey-Calavi
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Abstract
This paper seeks to examine the burning question of the place of Africa in the New World Order
and poses the important issue of a real and efficient All-Africa political union government as a
priority today. Furthermore, a look back at the early –independence-days clarion call of a visionary
as Nkrumah is made necessary so as to come up with the conclusion that what the Father of the
Ghanaian Independence has feared and fought for, more than half a century back in history, has
walked its way to maturity and imposed upon its topicality. In these days of globalization where
stronger and richer nations are still seeking to come together into all the more powerful entities,
Africa should wake up from its sluggishness and come together as quickly as possible to avoid
disappearing in the whirlpool of a too fast changing global world organization, engrossed in its
merciless predation. The apparent and delayed rise of Africa from the cyclopean slumber should
give way to a vivid awareness of the question and the scramble for a genuine union hastened away.