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No Apology After Fifteen Million Murders!, By Owei Lakemfa

In his insulting letter, King Philippe, a cousin of the butcher, Leopold II, wrote: “Our history is made of common achievements but has also experienced painful episodes. During the period of the Congo Free State, acts of violence and cruelty were committed, which still weigh on our collective memory.” King…
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Africa and the Global Struggle for Racial Equality, By Owei Lakemfa

The lesson for humanity is that the rights of all, including the minorities, the economically disposed and politically disenfranchised must be respected; in other words, we need a New World Order built on social justice. The alternative would be a bloody peace. Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari has no known…
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Boris Johnson: Towards the Re-colonisation of Africa, By Owei Lakemfa

Only a sick, delusional mind would reach Boris’ conclusion that “the best fate for Africa” is eternal colonisation. Boris is like the serial rapist who relishes in his crimes because he believes that all women are bitches and it is his divine right to rape them. Anger erupted across many…
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Taking Analgesics For Another Person’s Headache, By Owei Lakemfa

...the childishly wails that the petroleum products were stolen by the Iranian government from the Iranian people and given illegally to Venezuela. If this weird claim were true, how is it America’s business? How is it in America’s place to cry on behalf of Iranians, who in the first place…
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Africa Shall Have Its Day, By Owei Lakemfa

...Africa’s main challenge is implementing the AU 2063 Agenda, which promises a shared prosperity and well-being, unity and integration, freedom and expanded horizons, realisation of the potentials of youth and women, and freedom from fear, diseases and want. Africa’s Day shall come! Africa, the content from which humanity fanned out…
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