Motherland Afrika, portrays Africa as the footprint for social and cultural enlightenment for many generations, particularly for people of color. The book takes stock of the rich natural and human resources which for many thousands of years, have been misused and mismanages by both alien and indigent occupation of African soil; as was evident in the quest for the scramble for Africa. The book is an attempt to challenge the consciousness of those who are at the helm of leadership or authority to right the wrongs which were the contributory factors for the reasons why Africa remains in its current quagmire. The book also presents diverse attempts of the people in their efforts to adjusting their cultural demands in being what they are, but maintaining what is handed down through generations.
Number Of Pages: 68
Published: 19th September 2006
Dimensions (cm): 27.94 x 21.59 x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.25