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☆ Kwame Nkrumah
☆ Patrice Lumumba
☆ Frantz Fanon
☆ Marcus Garvey
☆ Eduardo Mondlane
☆ Bob Marley
☆ Toussaint Louverture
☆ Samora Machel
☆ Augustino Neto
☆ Thomas Sankara
☆ Modibo Keita
☆ Sekou Toure
☆ Steve Biko
☆ Lucky Dube
☆ Chris Hani
☆ Nelson Mandela
☆ Julius Nyerere
☆ John Garang
☆ Milton Obote
☆ Malcolm X
☆ Martin Luther King
☆ Muammar Gaddafi
☆ Ben Bella
☆ Kanyama Chiume
☆ Amilcar Cabral
☆ Haile Selassie
☆ Nnamdi Azikiwe
☆ W E B Du Bois
☆ George Padmore
☆ Henry Sylvester Williams
☆ Kwame Toure
☆ Robert Mugabe
☆ Jomo Kenyatta
☆ Fela Kuti
☆ Oliver Tambo
☆ Herbert Chitepo
☆ Joe Slovo
☆ James Africanus Horton
☆ Ottobah Cugoana
☆ Edward Blyden
☆ Atto Ahumah
☆ Alexander Walters
☆ Casely Hayford
☆ Mohammed Ali Duse
☆ Booker T. Washington
☆ James Kwegyir Aggrey
☆ Jean Price-Mars
☆ Lapido Solanke
☆ Wallace Johnson
☆ Ras Makonnen
☆ Harold Moody
☆ CLR James
☆ Abdel Nasser
☆ Tom Mboya
☆ Leopold Senghor
☆ Cheikh Anta Diop
☆ Mangaliso Sobukwe
☆ Walter Rodney

Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s – teachings

Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s – teachings ( Lion of Africa) -offers a wholeheartedly apt and REDEMPTIVE leadership- for Africa to- Rediscover her potential.

UNITED AFRICA GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN is an unstoppable force- enough to dismantle the agonies of poverty, hunger, balkanization, ” TRIB-RACISM ” and backwardness.

Nkrumaism embraces the full strength of inclusiveness in diversity to greatly unlock the bounty potential of a people to build a secured home- ” PARADISE HOME ” with its corresponding values and resources.

Each awaken son and daughter of Africa- therefore has a duty like Fanon said to bring an edifying block to be added on the UNITED AFRICA foundation laid by our forebearers.

We must create the beautiful African home that we WANT against the forces of EGOISM and self-centredness to wisely safeguard and protect the AFRICAN PERSONALITY to continue to contribute more to human civilization as has been in the past centuries. By Benjamin Anyagre.


Heed to above and ye shall know the truth- and that truth shall overcome the forces of neo-colonialism.

Indeed, the above WORD is what l call positive LIBERATION THEOLOGY geared towards addressing the contemporary awkward African situation- and it is using the PULPIT to educate and enlighten a given religious sect to rediscover themselves to ensure a GODLY, lovely, healthy and dignified living, like the adage, “God helps those who help themselves”.

WISDOM is embedded in the WORD of GOD against any retrogressive act of a mortal man. Hence, Brothers and Sisters of Africa- no matter where you are, let’s arise, unite to help ourselves, and safeguard our generation.

The Star of a UNITED AFRICA is our sacred dream and search-B Anyagre.

The General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Church is now the president of his country

They said when the righteous is on the throne people will rejoice. Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chekwera is an example of the above statement. He is a God-fearing man. He has just been elected the president of Malawi, winning the incumbent president through a free and fair election held yesterday in Malawi. His winning was due to records of good achievements in Assemblies of God Church. Below is the profile and brief history of Dr. McCarthy.

Brief History of Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chekwera
Dr. Lazarus Chakwera was born in Lilongwe, now the capital city of Malawi, on 5 April 1955. He was born to a subsistence farmer in the outskirt of Lilongwe city. Two of his brothers born before him died in infancy. His father, believing that he would live, gave him the name Lazarus as the Bible character who was raised from the dead.

He is the only son with surviving sisters. Lazarus Chakwera is married to Monica and together they have four children and grandchildren.

His Achievements
He has worked as an instructor at the Assemblies of God School of Theology from 1983 to 2000 where he became the Principal in 1996. He has been the co-director and a lecturer at All Nations Theological Seminary. Since 1989 he has been at the helm of Malawi Assemblies of God presidency. On 14 April 2013, he took many by surprise when he declared his intentions to run at a Convention of the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) as president while still maintaining the Assemblies of God Presidency. His landslide victory at the MCP convention went down in the history of Malawi as the first of its kind of any political party in Malawi.

His political career
Professor Lazarus Chakwera’s interest in politics became known to the public on 9 April 2013 when rumours of his interest to join the presidential race of the MCP were on the online media. The rumours were confirmed later to the public on 14 April 2013. Chakwera later submitted his nomination papers while still at the helm of the Malawi Assemblies of God.

The MCP convention slated for 27 April 2013 was later postponed to 10 and 11 August where he was elected as the president of MCP and he will represent the party in the 2014 general election.

Chakwera announced his resignation as the Head of the Malawi Assemblies of God (AG) with effect on 14 May 2013.He said this would enable him to concentrate more on front-line politics. He remains God’s minister known to serve God’s people in a different context other than the church.

Today he has been declared a winner and the president of his country Malawi.

we say congratulation to a man of purpose and vision. we know you are going to lead your people with fear of God. Your leadership in Assemblies of God church malawi is a proof. we shall say to God of Assemblies.

All we say is thank you lord.


PLEASE, DO NOT VOTE for these guys

Yeshua made a powerful statement regarding unity, he said:

“Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand” – Matthew 12:25

This year alone Africa is scheduled to have about 20 Presidential and Legislative Elections.

Some countries have already held their elections. Electoral activities are still underway in many other places.

Elections in Malawi happened last week (23rd June 2020). And the result was announced yesterday (28th June 2020).

Many more elections are ahead of us. These include Burundi (20 May 2020), Tanzania (25 October 2020), Guinea (October 2020), Ivory Coast (31 October 2020), Burkina Faso (22 November 2020), Egypt (November 2020), Ghana (7 December 2020), Chad (13 December 2020), Nigeria (27 December 2020), Central African Republic (27 December 2020) and more.

Africa’s 2020 election calendar presents a great opportunity to engineer change across the continent.

We must seek to make the objective of a United States of Africa an issue for election campaigns in all African countries.

The union agenda saw massive progress in the early days because Kwame Nkrumah and his friends made it the people’s agenda.

A sea change can be engineered using election campaigns to redirect the people’s energies towards the United States of Africa. This way, 2020 elections in Africa will produce leaders who cannot ignore the call for unity.

If we elect leaders and hold them to account on the issue of a united Africa, the union agenda will move to occupy a central place again in African politics.

Only a united economic front will be adequate to create a strong currency that could withstand the tow of America, Asia, and Europe.

Only a united defense force will be strong enough to deter those who threaten us with destabilization, sanctions, isolation, coup-d’état, and war.

The Kwame Nkrumah Ideological Institute (KNII) has been working towards the United States of Africa by the year 2022.

This is possible if our elections produce pro-union leaders. To prepare the grounds, it may be necessary for the KNII to broker deals with political parties and their leadership to ensure the union agenda becomes a central part of all election campaigns in Africa.

As you read this message please note that no single African country can succeed in the current economic climate. Yet, Africa still has enough natural resources to build a continental civilization at lightning speed.

Unless we unite, we cannot take control of these resources for the benefits of our people.

Therefore, the United States of Africa must be the non-negotiable objective of all elections in Africa.

Please look for a candidate or party in your country that is inclined to this objective and support their campaign in any way you can.

DO NOT vote for candidates or parties that resist the union agenda. Such leaders will not only oppose the plan, but they could also make it impossible through bi-lateral agreements and by entrenched legislation.

If we fail this time, God forbid, it may take another decade or two before we get back on track.

Be blessed


Nkrumah Ideological Institute commends former President Obasanjo

Accra, June 8, GNA – The Kwame Nkrumah Ideological Institute (KNII) has commended former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria, for his solidarity with Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank (ADB).

Dr Benjamin Anyagre, KNII Executive Director described the former Nigerian President’s call on former African heads to stand against “unfounded” allegations as bold steps especially the unfounded allegations against Dr Adesina.

Dr Anyagre in an interview with the Ghana News Agency in Accra noted that although some whistle blowers had alleged, that Dr Adesina violated the ADB’s code of ethics as President, an independent body had cleared Dr. Adesina through laid down processes of the Bank.

He said it was unfortunate that other international governments were calling for another independent investigation to be carried out into the same case.

“President Obasanjo has demonstrated firm Pan-African leadership by rallying his colleague past Presidents of some African states to issue a press statement to support the laid down procedures on the allegations against Dr. Adesina,” Dr. Anyagre said.

He said it was worth noting that the positive outcomes of the financial and operational exploits of Dr. Adesina, had capitulated and maintained the Bank’s triple A rating by global standards.

Dr Anyagre said the Bank’s quest to improve the quality of life of Africans, needed the ultimate grassroots support of Africa.

“Africa must rise to protect her truest rights against any alien dictatorships that seek to thwart the original goals of the Bank that were set in 1964” he said.

Dr Anyagre added that it was important that those government who are seeking to interfere, stayed off the Bank, “which was set up by Africans to protect and promote the development of Africa.”

“In view of this, the KNII humbly suggests that the ADB considers assessing the feasibility of taking advantage of the COVID-19 organic discovery in Madagascar, to develop a pan African Pharmaceutical Company, using the medicine from Madagascar as its first major product,” he said.
Dr. Anyagre said such a move would unearth and market other powerful traditional African medicines that could match or surpass products from elsewhere.

Meanwhile Former President Obasanjo’s letter recounted that Dr. Adesina have led the ADB to achieve a historic general capital increase of 155 billion dollars, the highest in the history of the bank since its establishment in 1964.

It also stated that in less than five years of Dr. Adesina’s leadership, the Bank’s investments had benefited 333 million Africans among several other achievements.

“The Bank’s governance could be hijacked from Africa, if we do not rise up to defend the ADB,” the letter stated.

Presidential building left to rot

Visit by KNII & SJM

Pictures of the founder of Modern Ghana- Dr Kwame Nkrumah’s Presidential building -indeed left to rot on the hills of Karimenga in the North East Region of Ghana.

The President used the building on his quiet time when he was alive. It is believed that many of his manuscripts were written here-including NEO COLONIALISM-THE LAST STAGE OF IMPERIALISM .

Of an environmental interest-migrant birds when winter is about to set in travel from Europe to this place- which is also a harmattan season here. You can view the Pwalugu Dam from here-where the hydroelectric dam is going to be built- captured in the 7 years development plan of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

BEAUTIFUL scenery which must be brought back to life with its many advantages. With the commitment of Comrade Coleman who is a staunch Pan Africanist and the Social Justice Movement / KNII, we work and succeed by GOD’S GRACE.

Karimenga is a few miles from the Regional Capital of Upper East- Bolgatanga.

Prof. Benedict Oramah Re-appointed as Afreximbank President

The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) is pleased to announce that its shareholders have voted to re-appoint Prof. Benedict Oramah to serve a second five-year term as the Bank’s President.

The decision was taken at the 27th Annual General Meeting of Shareholders which was held this year by circulation of resolutions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In his acceptance statement, released shortly thereafter, President Oramah told shareholders that the Bank’s ultimate goal under his second term is the realisation of Africa’s strategic ambition to create an integrated market.

He confirmed, “We want an Africa where the foundations of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) are laid expeditiously so that the 84,000 kilometres of borders that have divided us for ages can begin to come down.”

The Bank’s shareholders were united in offering their congratulations to President Oramah and expressing confidence in his continuing leadership in the years to come.

Communications Department
Afreximbank Export-Import Bank

Swapo celebrates 59 years of existence and unity

Niël Terblanché

MEMBERS of SWAPO gathered in their thousands at the Sport Complex in Katima Mulilo to commemorate the ruling party’s 59th year of existence.
Former President and Founding Father of the Namibian Nation, Dr. Sam Nuyoma was amongst the senior party members that attended the celebrations in the Zambezi Region on Saturday.

President Hage Geingob, in his capacity as party president, delivered the key note address and said the establishment of the SWAPO Party on the 19th of April 1960 was a pivotal moment in the history of Namibia because it united the people in the struggle for freedom and independence.

“The second phase of the struggle, the economic emancipation of the Namibian people, requires the same united approach that was present during the liberation struggle,” he said.

The full speech by Dr. Geingob reads as follows:

Welcome, all comrades who have come from all over Namibia to participate in this belated birthday celebration.

This is another pivotal moment in our history as we approach another election campaign.

April 19, 1960, will forever remain, one of the most important dates in the history of this country. It is the date of birth of SWAPO, an organization that established itself from the outset as the revolutionary vanguard for Namibia’s struggle for independence. SWAPO united all Namibians, cultivating a spirit of patriotism and nationalism.

Through SWAPO, we were able to defeat the enemy as a united people. We are therefore here to celebrate a history of unity, a history of struggle and a history of victory.

History of unity
If there is one thing that has defined the struggle for Africa’s independence, it is unity. This was understood by extraordinary personalities like Kwame Nkrumah’s who wrote the book Africa Must Unite and once formed, SWAPO became an organization comprising of a diverse group of cultures and backgrounds.

Under the tutelage of Comrade Nujoma and other SWAPO senior leaders, SWAPO members united, irrespective of tribe, to unite and fight for one common cause. Unity was the fuel of SWAPO that produced the gallantry, strength and fortitude needed to prevail in the struggle. We need to foment the same fervour of unity in order to overcome post-independence challenges. As we draw nearer to the campaign season and subsequent elections, there is a need for self-reflection.

If any cadre works alone there can be chances that comrade gets defeated, but if we work we will be able to remain victorious. Inner party unity is therefore critical for success.

History of struggle
In the life of every human being, there is a time to submit and there is a time to fight. Peter Ndilimani Nanyemba said: “We have to cross many rivers of blood before we can achieve our freedom.”

Many Namibians joined SWAPO out of sense of duty, a sense of pride and self-sacrifice. They stood up against the abhorrent practices of the Apartheid regime. The aprty followed a three pronged approach involving Political Mobilization, Diplomatic Engagement and the Armed Struggle.

Political mobilization led to uniting Namibian people to actively participate in the struggle. On the diplomatic front SWAPO succeed in mobilizing international opinion firmly on the side of the struggling people of Namibia. The armed struggle commenced when PLAN combatants fired the first shots at Ongulumbashe. We are proud of our history of struggle. The Struggle forged the character of SWAPO. We endured hardship to bring about the total independence of Namibia.

History of Victory
The struggle for freedom was long and bitter, resulting in a huge loss of human lives. But heroes and heroines paid the ultimate price ensuring that the dark clouds of oppression would give way to the radiant light of freedom. This March 23, we commemorated Southern Africa Liberation Day and the battle of Cuito Cuanavale. The pivotal battle of Cuito Cuanavale, which led to the crushing defeat of South African Apartheid forces, opened the gateway to the most triumphant period in SWAPO’s history.

This led to the implementation of Resolution 435 and subsequent elections in which SWAPO emerged victorious. Following Independence, SWAPO united a nation torn apart by the Apartheid policy that governed the Bantustans.
After Independence, we commenced with Nation-Building.

We are still faced with new challenges that only SWAPO can solve.
The worrying rise of the scourge of tribalism is of great concern.
The second phase of the struggle requires the same united approach that was present during the liberation struggle.

This is why I have championed the new narrative of the Namibian House, the spirit of Harambee, No Namibian must feel left out and One Namibia – One Nation. This new narrative connotes unity.

As committed and patriotic cadres, we should ensure that SWAPO lives up to its motto of a united and hard-working rank and file. Only through remaining united, will we emerge victorious in the second phase of our struggle for economic emancipation. I am confident that if we hold hands we will continue to make gains in our quest for the socio-economic transformation of the Namibian people and bring about a more unified, just and prosperous society.

Happy 59th Birthday SWAPO. Happy 59th Birthday Comrades. SWAPO, United! SWAPO, Victorious! NOW, Hard Work!

Photos: Courtesy of the Namibian Presidency


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