Abdurahm Jalloh 2004 (Montserrado County)

Pan-Africanism is an ideology that speaks about African unity and the well being of Africa.

Pan-Africanism is our true identity as Africans and it should be our priority as Africans to live the African ways.

Pan-Africanism should be taught in all schools, so that we will know our true identity as Africans.

The spirit and ideology of Pan-Africanism is dying slowly, let us raised
 up as Africans to take in control of our continent.

The west don't want us to progress as a continent, so we get to make it happen and it is by teaching the emerging young generational leaders about Pan-Africanism.

Nobody is going to develope or make Africa better except the Africans and it is true unity.

Let us live the African ways and forget about western ways of living.

The only way we can add up more values to ourselves is by living our
own ways and stop pretending to be
what we are not.

The Pan-Africanism spirit must raise and live on among us as Africans.

       Africa must unite!!!

About this poem

This poem is about African Unity.

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Written on May 25, 2022

Submitted by abdurahmanjalloh27 on June 06, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Abdurahm Jalloh

I'm Abdurahman Diallo a student, analyst, pan-Africanist and emerging revolutionary. I'm a person who believed that Africa need a revolution that is the only way we can move ahead and we should of all change our mindset as Africans that the west is better then us,what make them better then us is just the mindset and we can do the same. I'm appealing to comrades to come on board to see how best to make Africa a better place for her inhabitants. "La parte ou la mort nousvaincrons" more…

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