In this Letter to AA, Keith Jackson argues that Africans will gain respect when they embrace intelligence to create self-sufficiency through science and tech.
Our country produces enough to feed us all. Alas, for lack of organization, we are forced to beg for food aid. It's this aid that instills in our spirits the attitude of beggars. Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso (at 33 years old) from 4 August 1983 – 15 October 1987
Africa needs more Impact Entrepreneurship to solve its many social problems. Conventional capitalism has failed to stop the spread of poverty on the continent. It needs a new type of entrepreneurship- one that has heart.
adebayoalonge argues that Africans need to be more aware about how they generate data online and the ways it is being used against them often for free. He asks for people to demand rights to their data.
In this article, adebayoalonge argues that widespread access to guns in societies with intense social inequality and intolerance will lead to higher murder rates
In this article, adebayoalonge argues that Africans should channel their anger against Trump's 'shithole' comment towards remaking their continent
The Imperial expansion of the Oyo Yoruba from the 1600s-1800's destroyed the Yoruba confederacy and ethnic identity. Briefly restored from 1940-1970, the Yorubas experienced major economic gains. Now as Nigeria's unitary system constrains Yoruba identity, the Yorubas have again entered into modern decline.