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THE AFRICAN WORRY AND HOPE

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The African worry has gone through several facets of unimaginable pain and losses that mounted since from the colonial era and has inflicted so much agony and psychological trauma in both the minds of the leaders and that of the common citizens. Africans have lived in a general atmosphere of fear and insecurity for so long a time and their desperation is now surmounted upon political and economic crime in striving to sort individual security and egoistic prosperity. This has made them to turn against one another on blood battle fields for such vanity aims. The description or approach is not what the anthropology of an African man says. African people are born under a culture of family, small community groupings and unity which are obviously strong values for peace and development, but current trends have, in a majority of cases proven these all wrong. The question is: where have all of these values evaporated to and is it possible to bring them back?

This study consecrates much effort in attempts to reexamine the suppression and oppression of the imperial colonial administration upon their conquered indigenous territories during the colonial period and how their rule had affected the political direction of the indigenous elite in the advent of independence. Since at the independence era, the indigenous political citizenry were deemed inapt or unprepared to manage the complex western political philosophies adopted during their colonial days, the study further attempts to explain the post-colonial governance impasses and heavy failures that were attributed to the indigenous elites’ conundrum face-to-face with nationalism and the true politically independent nation-state management.    Within the three political arenas of the African political history, the nature of political and citizenry worries during the colonial days, struggles for independence and the post-colonial eras pending on the adopted autocratic models of governance inherited from the colonial imperial rule and the advent of democracy have been the cause to several thousands of death within Africa.

With the recent currents on a number of very promising and dedicated institutional organizations that are committed towards redressing the African worry in the fields of peace, poverty eradication, infrastructural and socioeconomic development of the continent, the study throws light on the World Bank’s and the International Monetary Fund’s poverty reduction and economic growth strategies for the developing world. In a more focused African Based perspective and in the direction to recreate or revive hope for Africa as was in the days of independence, the study also opens and indicates the recent development arms and initiatives of the New Partnership for African Development (NEPAD), the African Union (AU) Commission and the emerging nation’s (BRICS) member states’ internal policy support for peace and economic growth in Africa.  This therefore induces that, there is still much hope for the continent’s developmental progress.  

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