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A MOVEMENT AIMED AT CHAMPIONING THE COURSE OF AFRICA


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Created: 27th Feb 2012
Modified: 27th Feb 2012
Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Policy
Employer:
AFRICA FOR AFRICANS
Position:
COMMUNICATION DIRECTOR
Working primarily in:
Ghana

Biographical Information
Africa For Africans Movement
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Dec/28/1990
Gender: other
Location:
  BOX CT3221 CANTONMENTS ACCRA
  City: ACCRA
Tel: 00233542965007
Website: http://www.afr...
Place of Origin: Ghana

A MOVEMENT AIMED AT CHAMPIONING THE COURSE OF AFRICA


Accomplishments
Other Accomplishments:

AFRICA FOR AFRICANS MOVEMENT: STATEMENT ON THE 18TH AFRICAN UNION SUMMIT.

 

The Africa For Africans Movement has observed in utter disappointment

the proceedings and outcome of the just-ended 18th African Union Summit.

The meeting which was convened from the 28th-31st of January and saw the

attendance of over 39 African Heads of states and representatives was meant

for our African leaders to afford the time to concur on a series of issues

confronting Africa in the light of economic, political and security

challenges. Aside other decisions reached, the summit failed badly in the

issue of pursuing security and justice for the African continent, especially

with regards to the Libyan issue that has

severely shaken the sense of security of all

African citizens.

 

We commend our leaders,

however, for the roles they are playing even in these, Africa's most

challenging times of moving towards the realization of the Pan-African

Dream.

 

However, as we have always taken keen interest in their various steps

to move Africa forward, we had high expectations that  our leaders

would use such an occasion to condemn the apparent brutal and inhuman

assassination of one of Africa's greatest Pan-Africanist heroes

, Brother Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi, and also would have

called for an investigation into his purported death.

 

Indeed, the circumstances surrounding the mysterious brutal

assassination of Brother Gaddafi are not ones that inspire the African

continent towards greater good, and they must not be swept silently

under the carpet. This poses a great questions  on the whole of the

African continent. Among these are, significantly,  "Is Africa to be

nothing more than a haven for any nonsense of imperialism?" and "Do

our leaders work with a pan-African interest first?" and "What legacy

are our African leaders leaving to nourish the hope of tomorrow's

generations?". Without a doubt, these questions shake the integrity of

the whole of the African continent.

 

Brother Colonel Gaddafi played a pivotal role in the relevance of the

African Union, and saw to major developments on the African continent

while resisting apartheid and imperialism. Is this how he is to be

paid? The pain of his death continues to linger on in our minds and

will forever remain a great blow to our leaders and the African

continent as a whole. Keeping silent over his apparent brutal

assassination would only impair Africa's democratic and fundamental

growth in human rights.

 

The mark of African leadership must be that which speaks the truth,

respects the fundamental human rights of all people and does not fear

to point out where injustice has occurred. Silence and hypocrisy are

not befitting an African leader and Africa For Africans Movement does

not encourage hypocrisy in our African leaders.  Silence over this

African Truth only puts our continent in danger, as it threatens our

African institutions and moral values and makes the continent a

laughing-stock for the imperialists.

 

It therefore came as no surprise to Africa For Africans movement when

Mr Ban Ki-moon took advantage of the silence of our African leaders on

the brutal assassination of Brother Gaddafi, became emboldened,

brushed the integrity of our leaders aside, and lectured them on why

they should help to impose the Western Sub-culture of tolerance of

homosexuality on Africans. Africa condemns the imperialistic attitude

of Mr Ban towards our continent on the issue of homosexuality. We have

our own destiny, and we can work out our own affairs.

 

The unwanted silence of our leaders is crippling Africa's democracy

and unnecessarily emboldening imperialism and corruption on the

continent. We therefore call upon our priceless African leaders to

stand up for OUR truth and speak for Africa. Our leaders should not

think we have placed Africa in their hands - no! - because Africa is

larger than their hands.  We have rather merely engaged their hands in

hopes of constructing a brighter path for Africa.

 

We therefore call upon them to condemn, in the truth-speaking

African spirit, the inhuman and brutal assassination of Colonel

Gaddafi and to institute an investigation into his death. We also join

the masses in calling for a just trial for Saif Al-Islam Al-Gaddafi.

 

True African leaders do not preside over injustice. The instability on

the African land of Libya today - which puts the whole of the African

continent in a security threat - is no doubt as a result of looking

the other way in the face of gross injustice and disrespect for

fundamental human rights. The Africa for Africans Movement believes

one voice in our African matters will no doubt bolster trade and

various manifestations of cooperation among African nations.

 

We believe in Africa, and we believe in our African leaders. Today's

younger generation is watching them very closely. We have reposed much

confidence in them to carve a great path for a brighter Africa. We

therefore urge them not to condone the situation in Libya but to work

assiduously towards the stability and peace of the African continent.

 

 

PARAMZA HAMZA

(CHAIRMAN, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE)

 

IDRISS SAJJAD TOPPOH

(COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR)


Production:

AFRICA FOR AFRICANS MOVEMENT: STATEMENT ON THE 18TH AFRICAN UNION SUMMIT.

 

The Africa For Africans Movement has observed in utter disappointment

the proceedings and outcome of the just-ended 18th African Union Summit.

The meeting which was convened from the 28th-31st of January and saw the

attendance of over 39 African Heads of states and representatives was meant

for our African leaders to afford the time to concur on a series of issues

confronting Africa in the light of economic, political and security

challenges. Aside other decisions reached, the summit failed badly in the

issue of pursuing security and justice for the African continent, especially

with regards to the Libyan issue that has

severely shaken the sense of security of all

African citizens.

 

We commend our leaders,

however, for the roles they are playing even in these, Africa's most

challenging times of moving towards the realization of the Pan-African

Dream.

 

However, as we have always taken keen interest in their various steps

to move Africa forward, we had high expectations that  our leaders

would use such an occasion to condemn the apparent brutal and inhuman

assassination of one of Africa's greatest Pan-Africanist heroes

, Brother Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi, and also would have

called for an investigation into his purported death.

 

Indeed, the circumstances surrounding the mysterious brutal

assassination of Brother Gaddafi are not ones that inspire the African

continent towards greater good, and they must not be swept silently

under the carpet. This poses a great questions  on the whole of the

African continent. Among these are, significantly,  "Is Africa to be

nothing more than a haven for any nonsense of imperialism?" and "Do

our leaders work with a pan-African interest first?" and "What legacy

are our African leaders leaving to nourish the hope of tomorrow's

generations?". Without a doubt, these questions shake the integrity of

the whole of the African continent.

 

Brother Colonel Gaddafi played a pivotal role in the relevance of the

African Union, and saw to major developments on the African continent

while resisting apartheid and imperialism. Is this how he is to be

paid? The pain of his death continues to linger on in our minds and

will forever remain a great blow to our leaders and the African

continent as a whole. Keeping silent over his apparent brutal

assassination would only impair Africa's democratic and fundamental

growth in human rights.

 

The mark of African leadership must be that which speaks the truth,

respects the fundamental human rights of all people and does not fear

to point out where injustice has occurred. Silence and hypocrisy are

not befitting an African leader and Africa For Africans Movement does

not encourage hypocrisy in our African leaders.  Silence over this

African Truth only puts our continent in danger, as it threatens our

African institutions and moral values and makes the continent a

laughing-stock for the imperialists.

 

It therefore came as no surprise to Africa For Africans movement when

Mr Ban Ki-moon took advantage of the silence of our African leaders on

the brutal assassination of Brother Gaddafi, became emboldened,

brushed the integrity of our leaders aside, and lectured them on why

they should help to impose the Western Sub-culture of tolerance of

homosexuality on Africans. Africa condemns the imperialistic attitude

of Mr Ban towards our continent on the issue of homosexuality. We have

our own destiny, and we can work out our own affairs.

 

The unwanted silence of our leaders is crippling Africa's democracy

and unnecessarily emboldening imperialism and corruption on the

continent. We therefore call upon our priceless African leaders to

stand up for OUR truth and speak for Africa. Our leaders should not

think we have placed Africa in their hands - no! - because Africa is

larger than their hands.  We have rather merely engaged their hands in

hopes of constructing a brighter path for Africa.

 

We therefore call upon them to condemn, in the truth-speaking

African spirit, the inhuman and brutal assassination of Colonel

Gaddafi and to institute an investigation into his death. We also join

the masses in calling for a just trial for Saif Al-Islam Al-Gaddafi.

 

True African leaders do not preside over injustice. The instability on

the African land of Libya today - which puts the whole of the African

continent in a security threat - is no doubt as a result of looking

the other way in the face of gross injustice and disrespect for

fundamental human rights. The Africa for Africans Movement believes

one voice in our African matters will no doubt bolster trade and

various manifestations of cooperation among African nations.

 

We believe in Africa, and we believe in our African leaders. Today's

younger generation is watching them very closely. We have reposed much

confidence in them to carve a great path for a brighter Africa. We

therefore urge them not to condone the situation in Libya but to work

assiduously towards the stability and peace of the African continent.

 

 

PARAMZA HAMZA

(CHAIRMAN, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE)

 

IDRISS SAJJAD TOPPOH

(COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR)


Award:

AFRICA FOR AFRICANS MOVEMENT: STATEMENT ON THE 18TH AFRICAN UNION SUMMIT.

 

The Africa For Africans Movement has observed in utter disappointment

the proceedings and outcome of the just-ended 18th African Union Summit.

The meeting which was convened from the 28th-31st of January and saw the

attendance of over 39 African Heads of states and representatives was meant

for our African leaders to afford the time to concur on a series of issues

confronting Africa in the light of economic, political and security

challenges. Aside other decisions reached, the summit failed badly in the

issue of pursuing security and justice for the African continent, especially

with regards to the Libyan issue that has

severely shaken the sense of security of all

African citizens.

 

We commend our leaders,

however, for the roles they are playing even in these, Africa's most

challenging times of moving towards the realization of the Pan-African

Dream.

 

However, as we have always taken keen interest in their various steps

to move Africa forward, we had high expectations that  our leaders

would use such an occasion to condemn the apparent brutal and inhuman

assassination of one of Africa's greatest Pan-Africanist heroes

, Brother Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi, and also would have

called for an investigation into his purported death.

 

Indeed, the circumstances surrounding the mysterious brutal

assassination of Brother Gaddafi are not ones that inspire the African

continent towards greater good, and they must not be swept silently

under the carpet. This poses a great questions  on the whole of the

African continent. Among these are, significantly,  "Is Africa to be

nothing more than a haven for any nonsense of imperialism?" and "Do

our leaders work with a pan-African interest first?" and "What legacy

are our African leaders leaving to nourish the hope of tomorrow's

generations?". Without a doubt, these questions shake the integrity of

the whole of the African continent.

 

Brother Colonel Gaddafi played a pivotal role in the relevance of the

African Union, and saw to major developments on the African continent

while resisting apartheid and imperialism. Is this how he is to be

paid? The pain of his death continues to linger on in our minds and

will forever remain a great blow to our leaders and the African

continent as a whole. Keeping silent over his apparent brutal

assassination would only impair Africa's democratic and fundamental

growth in human rights.

 

The mark of African leadership must be that which speaks the truth,

respects the fundamental human rights of all people and does not fear

to point out where injustice has occurred. Silence and hypocrisy are

not befitting an African leader and Africa For Africans Movement does

not encourage hypocrisy in our African leaders.  Silence over this

African Truth only puts our continent in danger, as it threatens our

African institutions and moral values and makes the continent a

laughing-stock for the imperialists.

 

It therefore came as no surprise to Africa For Africans movement when

Mr Ban Ki-moon took advantage of the silence of our African leaders on

the brutal assassination of Brother Gaddafi, became emboldened,

brushed the integrity of our leaders aside, and lectured them on why

they should help to impose the Western Sub-culture of tolerance of

homosexuality on Africans. Africa condemns the imperialistic attitude

of Mr Ban towards our continent on the issue of homosexuality. We have

our own destiny, and we can work out our own affairs.

 

The unwanted silence of our leaders is crippling Africa's democracy

and unnecessarily emboldening imperialism and corruption on the

continent. We therefore call upon our priceless African leaders to

stand up for OUR truth and speak for Africa. Our leaders should not

think we have placed Africa in their hands - no! - because Africa is

larger than their hands.  We have rather merely engaged their hands in

hopes of constructing a brighter path for Africa.

 

We therefore call upon them to condemn, in the truth-speaking

African spirit, the inhuman and brutal assassination of Colonel

Gaddafi and to institute an investigation into his death. We also join

the masses in calling for a just trial for Saif Al-Islam Al-Gaddafi.

 

True African leaders do not preside over injustice. The instability on

the African land of Libya today - which puts the whole of the African

continent in a security threat - is no doubt as a result of looking

the other way in the face of gross injustice and disrespect for

fundamental human rights. The Africa for Africans Movement believes

one voice in our African matters will no doubt bolster trade and

various manifestations of cooperation among African nations.

 

We believe in Africa, and we believe in our African leaders. Today's

younger generation is watching them very closely. We have reposed much

confidence in them to carve a great path for a brighter Africa. We

therefore urge them not to condone the situation in Libya but to work

assiduously towards the stability and peace of the African continent.

 

 

PARAMZA HAMZA

(CHAIRMAN, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE)

 

IDRISS SAJJAD TOPPOH

(COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR)


Publication:

AFRICA FOR AFRICANS MOVEMENT: STATEMENT ON THE 18TH AFRICAN UNION SUMMIT.

 

The Africa For Africans Movement has observed in utter disappointment

the proceedings and outcome of the just-ended 18th African Union Summit.

The meeting which was convened from the 28th-31st of January and saw the

attendance of over 39 African Heads of states and representatives was meant

for our African leaders to afford the time to concur on a series of issues

confronting Africa in the light of economic, political and security

challenges. Aside other decisions reached, the summit failed badly in the

issue of pursuing security and justice for the African continent, especially

with regards to the Libyan issue that has

severely shaken the sense of security of all

African citizens.

 

We commend our leaders,

however, for the roles they are playing even in these, Africa's most

challenging times of moving towards the realization of the Pan-African

Dream.

 

However, as we have always taken keen interest in their various steps

to move Africa forward, we had high expectations that  our leaders

would use such an occasion to condemn the apparent brutal and inhuman

assassination of one of Africa's greatest Pan-Africanist heroes

, Brother Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi, and also would have

called for an investigation into his purported death.

 

Indeed, the circumstances surrounding the mysterious brutal

assassination of Brother Gaddafi are not ones that inspire the African

continent towards greater good, and they must not be swept silently

under the carpet. This poses a great questions  on the whole of the

African continent. Among these are, significantly,  "Is Africa to be

nothing more than a haven for any nonsense of imperialism?" and "Do

our leaders work with a pan-African interest first?" and "What legacy

are our African leaders leaving to nourish the hope of tomorrow's

generations?". Without a doubt, these questions shake the integrity of

the whole of the African continent.

 

Brother Colonel Gaddafi played a pivotal role in the relevance of the

African Union, and saw to major developments on the African continent

while resisting apartheid and imperialism. Is this how he is to be

paid? The pain of his death continues to linger on in our minds and

will forever remain a great blow to our leaders and the African

continent as a whole. Keeping silent over his apparent brutal

assassination would only impair Africa's democratic and fundamental

growth in human rights.

 

The mark of African leadership must be that which speaks the truth,

respects the fundamental human rights of all people and does not fear

to point out where injustice has occurred. Silence and hypocrisy are

not befitting an African leader and Africa For Africans Movement does

not encourage hypocrisy in our African leaders.  Silence over this

African Truth only puts our continent in danger, as it threatens our

African institutions and moral values and makes the continent a

laughing-stock for the imperialists.

 

It therefore came as no surprise to Africa For Africans movement when

Mr Ban Ki-moon took advantage of the silence of our African leaders on

the brutal assassination of Brother Gaddafi, became emboldened,

brushed the integrity of our leaders aside, and lectured them on why

they should help to impose the Western Sub-culture of tolerance of

homosexuality on Africans. Africa condemns the imperialistic attitude

of Mr Ban towards our continent on the issue of homosexuality. We have

our own destiny, and we can work out our own affairs.

 

The unwanted silence of our leaders is crippling Africa's democracy

and unnecessarily emboldening imperialism and corruption on the

continent. We therefore call upon our priceless African leaders to

stand up for OUR truth and speak for Africa. Our leaders should not

think we have placed Africa in their hands - no! - because Africa is

larger than their hands.  We have rather merely engaged their hands in

hopes of constructing a brighter path for Africa.

 

We therefore call upon them to condemn, in the truth-speaking

African spirit, the inhuman and brutal assassination of Colonel

Gaddafi and to institute an investigation into his death. We also join

the masses in calling for a just trial for Saif Al-Islam Al-Gaddafi.

 

True African leaders do not preside over injustice. The instability on

the African land of Libya today - which puts the whole of the African

continent in a security threat - is no doubt as a result of looking

the other way in the face of gross injustice and disrespect for

fundamental human rights. The Africa for Africans Movement believes

one voice in our African matters will no doubt bolster trade and

various manifestations of cooperation among African nations.

 

We believe in Africa, and we believe in our African leaders. Today's

younger generation is watching them very closely. We have reposed much

confidence in them to carve a great path for a brighter Africa. We

therefore urge them not to condone the situation in Libya but to work

assiduously towards the stability and peace of the African continent.

 

 

PARAMZA HAMZA

(CHAIRMAN, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE)

 

IDRISS SAJJAD TOPPOH

(COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR)




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