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Essono

"Seek ye first the political kingdom and all others shall be added unto you"_Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah.

Are we going to seek African Unity with the panoply of Regional Economic Groupings(REG),that have brought nothing but economic shame on the continient?What has been the contribution of these groupings to the grand agenda of a continental gov't?Is there any possibilty that these groupings will culminate into a Union gov't? I doubt, bc there are so many interests at stake(external and internal) that is hampering economic integration and "snail-pacing" our march towards African Unity.

Since this gradualist approach of regional groupings has become the bane of our unification,serious political efforts must be made to give birth to a Union Gov't,regardless of any consequences.As the Osagyefo said admonished,"We prefer independence in danger than servitude in tranquility".This gradualist approach has led to the perpetual pillage of our economic resources(human,material,natural).We can't permit this any more.

I am 100% convinced that if referendums were held in our c'ntries,there will be an overwhelming vote for immediate unification on the continent.The gradualist approach through economic integration,has only helped Imperialists interests to implant deeply and sown the seeds of division.The case of CEMAC is glaring.Imperialism knows that a United Africa,would acquire power,wealth and self-dependency;all that is inimical and antagonistic to its interests.

Time isn't in our hands.We must move with lightning speed for the powers that stand against our collective welfare are overwhelming.In Martin King's words;"This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilising drug of gradualism".The urgency of the moment is African Unity; NOW!!!

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Essono, your wisdom on this forum is unmatched. We need more visionaries like you.

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