As Africa commemorates the AU Day today, Omanhene (Paramount Chief) of New Juaben and Chancellor of All Nations University Daasebre Prof. (Emeritus) Oti Boateng has urged Africans to immediately unite, forge a definitive struggle against neo-colonialism, racism, tyranny and maltreatment of the Blacks in the diaspora.
AU Day is a day set aside by the African Union to solely whip up the interests of the continent to collectively champion total liberation of the Blackman devoid of racism, suppression and maltreatment.
In a 2-page memoir written in commemorating the first anniversary of the tragic killing of George Floyd on Tuesday 25 May 2021, the former Government Statistician Daasebre Prof. Emeritus Oti Boateng said “While the powerlessness of George was exploited by a group of white police officers to a cruel and unacceptable end, the powerlessness of countless Africans and of people of African descent are being exploited daily by countless persons in power so that as they sit on their necks and suffocate the people, they too die like George prematurely, wickedly and unjustly”.
“Let the tragic death of George Floyd be a catalyst for connecting the Africans and the African Diaspora together as one people with one destiny and supporting the development of Africa within the core-values of self-sustenance, self-esteem and freedom. Let the sad episode of George generate a positive change across the world that ensures the inclusion and dignity of the black race for a better future”, Daasebre told Africans in his latest write-up.
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