Alphabetic Africa Timeline: is an independent story telling version compiled from various sources, authored singlehandedly consulted by a multidisciplinary African group of scholars in the field, mainly to promote and empower the African continent. Revisits moments from the grand political project of the midcentury decolonization and PanAfricanism envisioned by revolutionaries such as W.E.B Du Bois, George Padmore, Franz Fannon Osagiefo Kwame N’Krumah and many others as the total liberation of the African continent from European Imperial powers, through the theme of a United States of Africa. Memorizes panAfricanist phylosophers, renowned writers, potteries and essayists like Julius Kambarage Nyerere, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Sembane Ousmane, Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka etcetra.
Alphabetic Africa Timeline provides daily news, analysis and insightful analysis on events concerning the African Continent in A to Z format. It also comprises all Press reviews i.e. Radio, TV, Printpress media and Web productions aiming to foster information exchange on the African nation states among media owners and shape up more effective ways to meet the news and information needs of native Africans, the Diaspora, and the international community as a whole.
Alphabetic Africa Timeline version redefines PreIndependence Historic Events, Africans’ Resistance to European Colonial Rules, Post Independence secessionist rebellions, Postcolony Africa territorial claims , Military coups planned by junior army officers and NCOs against the governments, Popular revolutions and murderous uprisings, Crisis of sovereignty in the former Congo Leopoldville and the Biafran civil war in Nigeria worsened by series of interventions, Bloodless military coups, Assassination politics, Abdication, Border disputes, Peaceful powertransitions, Combats between Armed Forces, Skirmishes, Conspiracy theory and Secret plans, Foulplays and Fallouts, Intrigues & Political scandals within power circle, Peace initiatives & Peace building efforts, Dialogues, Conflict resolves, Multilateral Foreign Diplomacy, Legitimate media reports, Indepth news analysis, Nile Hydropolitics, Geopolitics, Energy & Hydropower Grids, Human rights concern, Greener activities & Environmental protection, Sociocultural issues, Weather, Human Resource Development, Economy, Demography, Views, Interviews, Opinion, Revelation, Obituary, Diaries analysis, Public speculation & Debates, Diaries updates, Research articles and Key notes, Press statements and releases, focal public headlines, strategic & complex issues insequence, including Inbox country fact file written on each African nation state at it’s Alphabetic (ALGERIA ZIMBABWE) format, included by a subtitle, "Long March from OAU to AU": the History, Structure, and Function of the one and only continental organ, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), and its successor organ the African Union (AU).Alphabetic Africa Timeline – Take An Overview On The African Continent (The Complete Guide to the African countries, people and politics) is a chronology i.e. the arrangement of events or dates in the order which they happened, collected version giving a basic information or instructions on African member states. Such volume is an exceptional opportunity to upscale your personal knowledge on to the African continent. It provides daily news, analysis and insightful discussions on events such as Rule of Law & Civility, Illicit Transfer, Human Rights Violations, Political Incarceration, Press Supression, Stolen Elections, Rule of Thugs, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, Kleptocracy, Corruption , Thugocracy, and Torture s in detention concerning the African Continent in A to Z format.
It also comprises all Press reviews i.e. Radio, Printing press, Emedia (TV) and Web (Online) productions aiming to foster information exchange on the African nation states among media owners and shape up more effective ways to meet the news and information needs of native Africans, Diaspora, and the international community as a whole. Such volume which estimated at about 13, 800+ pages will showcase the rich African culture and all that it has to offer to the Africans in the continent and people of African descent living in various parts of the world without regard to race, social standing, occupation, political or religious beliefs. This also includes such people who are interested in learning about the experience of the vast diversity of the continent 's culture. Our collected version “Alphabetic Africa – In Reasonable Depth’ Take An Overview On The African Continent” and the Mapfolder “A to Z of AFRICA – General Information on African States” will be used for various administrative and acacademic purposes that we see fit to promote the image of Africa.