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Offline Dadange

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How can Africa be poor while there are people who pay a 100,000 Dollar for one branch of the Mbwasi Ndolo Nga shrub. Africa is full of healing plants and other ressources. Kick the warlords and go on with education and Africa will turn out to be the richest continent in the world.

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I think it's time for us to focus on 'us the people'. Perhaps you would like to comment on these views:

one day soon, I will tell you why I get up every morning or afternoon, and why I am here.

Offline Chris.

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I watched the video as I embedded it below.
 

There are more stories than we have the Time and Money to Tell! a "Series Of african's Legends" stories to tell, ALL ABOUT AFRICA!!! ALL POSITIVE AND UPLIFTING FOR AFRICA!!
Dqueen, you have a good presentation there.

Offline Wested

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Africa is the poorest continent in the world besides the fact that 19 out of the 23 poorest countries in the world are located in Africa based on  gross domestic product, Africa is also far behind in terms of standard of life.Clean running water, proper sewage, accessable healthcare, , electricity, sufficient food, peace and liberty is not something that even half of all Africans can use on a regular basis. On top of that in all white culture be it western or Eastern European or North American,and especially arabic culture Africa & Africans are synonymous with poverty and primitivism which is why Africans are mistreated the way we are in other countries. This is why when our women leave Africa for to find work in Kuwait or Saudi Arabia they are abused and have they're identification ripped up and are trapped to be enslaved. There is no respect for our people because we are dependent on others because we do not have our basic needs because our countries are poor. So NO everything is NOT OK or just a little bit of bad economical management. people are dying everyday from things most countries never even think about and its absolutely necessary for a change, for the solidarity of all Africans in Africa and globally.

I'm sorry if this insulted anyone but our issues must be confronted

Offline Memy

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I wouldn't consider that to be true though being poor is relative but what I think we are poor of are dedicated leaders, Africa has limited number of them. A look at this will explain a lot. http://adf.ly/1TFmV3

Offline Prudent emmanuel

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No because we are still a virgin content

Offline stoku

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Hello my brothers and sisters! I Read today recent news: https://www.naij.com/858525-shocking-obasanjo-ibb-abiola-put-fela-jail.html

Indeed, we should not forget what happened then. It is bad that we have are corrupt courts and people in country. I don't know when it will change. What can I say to that?

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What i want to say about that is stop spamming threads with link to your website start topics of your own and be replying topic by following thread discussions. Then put your website link in your signature, this way you promote your website. This is how forum marketing works.


 

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