THE FUTURE THAT PROPELS US IS THE KNOWLEDGE THAT THE 21ST CENTURY IS THE AFRICAN CENTURY
Whether you believe the sub caption of this article or not, it’s actually the truth. Africa is now in a position where it is ready to take on the world and according to a speech rendered in Nigeria by one of its former president Olusegun Obasanjo. He highlighted that Nigeria should focus on something he called the 5 Ps to national growth and development.
It is popularly referred to as a dirty game in this part of the world but contrary to popular belief, it is the life wire of the economy. If Africa must work, governance must work optimally.
Africa is fast becoming one of the most populous continents of the world and this definitely translates to a large workforce both mentally and physically. Population concerns must be adequately addressed as soon as possible.
Food security, National security, living security and so on are areas where Africa must strongly look into to enhance peace and prosperity around its borders.
The time for Africa to stop talking about poverty is now; she should learn to talk more about prosperity as we are a prosperous continent. Rich in mineral and human resources; equipped to take the world.
No nation is an island, to make extensive progress we must learn to work together. We must lock fingers (hold each other’s hand) and walk the face of the sun together – just trying to be poetic.
Tomorrow’s Africa is one trend we are set to see in the coming years; wait for it.
Why are we talking about it now? Just so we will be able to say “we told you so”.