A comment fading in relevance to the topic being discussed :
Thanks for your comment Doc. I hope to see the day when all the countries in Africa becomes one. I must say it’s an interesting issue – and yes it can work. To have proposed that it won’t work would be the same as saying that Africans won’t unite even for the benefit of their own interest.
If the interest is beneficial to all Africans across the continent then the need to Unify is economically tie. But I know it is easy said than done. Yes! we can predict that it’s not goring to be an easy task for no real change is ever easy, in that sense it’s possible but liable. There is always a price to be paid for change, and Africa has long paid her debt. This time the liability should rest on those who try to obstruct the change in addition to those who orchestrated it. It should not be the other way around, the people are powerless, their leaders have fail them.
However, the answers we’re looking for demand a longer explanation than we have given, because it is certain if we were to follow the money it’s extension would reach far beyond Africa. The problem is greed and it has no color, no race nor culture, it’s harmfully vicious. We should keep in mind that there are other forces that may want to prevent an idea ( THE UNIFICATION OF AFRICA) as such from occurring.
As we know where ever there are natural resources corruption exist. In that instant if the leaders of Africa can manage to reduce the influence of those who corrupt – the united nations of Africa would then be one step behind.
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