runs a kiosk in Lusaka, Zambia, is boggled by the fact that Africans are
celebrating the first World Cup on the continent – without stopping to think
about the ongoing wars in Sudan and Somalia.
Foundation this year decided not to award its yearly prize to African leaders
considered shining examples of democracy.
says it’s about time the foundation accepts that there is no excellence in
will find that none of them, not even Nelson Mandela, assumed power with the aim
of turning the tide against poverty.
our leaders hold so dearly that Robert Mugabe is still celebrated as an icon of
liberation instead of being scorned for the murderous dictator he is.
failing Nigerians in the 1970s and 1990s.
initiative, is not so much a humanitarian cause as it is Nelson Mandela’s way of
covering up for doing nothing about an Aids crisis that spiralled out of control
during his tenure.
nothing but a charade for them as they dodge justice.
bury your head in the sand in the face of war and crises, resting assured that
you will never be brought to book for your crimes.
compassion against the continent’s maladies.
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