Kanyile decodes the African Union (AU) and questions its relevance in Africa winning the 21st century ✅ what is the Africa of our shared dreams?
✅The effects of colonialism and imperialism in the Continent…the brain-drain…✅ Should Africans continue to play the blame-game?✅
Is it not past time the African Union (AU) is reconfigured into a perfect Union of Africa (UA) as envisioned by Africa’s founding fathers?✅
Kanyile outlines the perfect solutions to some of the many issues that conflict and afflict Continental Africa that you might want to pass to your offspring after you finish reading.
Is an African passport not a necessity?✅
Is a single African currency not the way to go to win the 21st Century?✅
A Game changer…a paradigm shifter…
If you ‘wear Africa on your sleeve’ then this is a must have to add to your library 📚 📚
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About The Author
Kanyile Ka-Ngwenya is a profound writer, film creator and a communicator that hails from Southern Africa. “Growing up, l knew l wanted to be in the broadcast and entertainment industry, I fell in love with the stage when at 6years of age l was cast in the Nativity play at kindergarten and I have dreamt ever since”.
Kanyile decided to broaden his talent behind the camera and took a voyage to Atlanta, Georgia USA, where he attended American Inter-Continental University (AIU), and studied television and film production. While at varsity an epiphany for a talk show evolved. Kanyile created “The Afrodisiak Show” a location-based talk show where he went on to interview many personalities such as Boris Kodjoe (Actor), Afeni Shakur (Tupac’s mother), Hill Harper (CSI NY), Russell Simmons (Hip hop mogul and businessman), Andrew Young (former US ambassador to UN and Atlanta mayor) Reverend Jesse Jackson (Civil rights leader), Charlie Wilson (The Gap band), Blair Underwood (Actor), Akon (African music superstar) and Neyo (3-time Grammy award winner) to name but a few.
Even though he now calls Los Angeles home away from home, Kanyile’s pride and focus is to remain true to his African roots.