Monthly Archives: January 2017

Need of denouncing Rwanda and Uganda for violating DRC country

DRC TELEMA: An Appeal To Global Solidarity

Picture courtesy of Don’t Be Blind This Time

Congolese youth are pursuing a sublime and dignified social justice struggle in the heart of Africa. They are calling on people of goodwill throughout the globe to stand with them as they seek to transform the social and political landscape of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The youth make up the majority of the over 70 million Congolese. The median age is 18 years old.

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Nkrumah on the significance of the Congo for Africans

It is incumbent on us to take our stand by our brothers (and sisters) in the Congo in the full knowledge that only Africa can fight for its destiny.” – Kwame Nkrumah.

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Kwame Nkrumah

“I Am Because You Are,” says a highly valued motto from the African philosophy of Ubuntu.

I am not Congolese, but African. There are presently more than 50 other nationalities on the continent. Some countries are advancing in the right direction and at speedier pace than others.

For a number of years, I have been following closely what is going on in my beloved Africa. As anyone concerned by the well-being of their motherland. Continue reading