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United States of Africa This is the Official Page for United States of Africa ABOUT UNITED STATES OF AFRICA: The United States of Africa is a hypothetical concept of a federation of some or all of the 55 sovereign states on the continent of Africa.
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The concept takes its origin from Marcus Garvey's 1924 poem "Hail, United States of Africa. Inspired by Marcus Garvey and other Pan Africanists like Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Malcolm X and Muammar Gaddafi quest for a unified Africa ,a Kenyan Pan Africanist Daniel Mwambonu started United States of Africa project on 7 March 2016 through a page. By the end of 2018 that this initiative gained momentum and received global support. United States of Africa is officially registered in Dallas, Texas in the United States to pursue this vision to unify all people of African descent and foster political union of Sovereign African states in Africa, Caribbean, Melanesia and black nations globally. We affirm our undying resolve to provide solutions to problems affecting Africa and its people throughout the world. United States of Africa is a driving force towards economic, social, cultural, educational, political and industrial revolution in Africa. Understanding that all people of African descent have a common destiny and shared history we are extremely determined to establish the first united African nation. United as a people Africa will become the most powerful nation on earth. The United States of Africa is project is an initiative advocating for reunification of all people of African descent, unification of Africa under one social,Cultural, Political, economical federation. This vision is inspired by Marcus Garvey’s vision of United States of Africa which is a hypothetical concept of a federation of some or all of the 55 sovereign states on the continent of Africa. The concept takes its origin from Marcus Garvey’s 1924 poem “Hail, United States of Africa”

Mission: To unite all people of African descent and the African Continent.

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Education Began In Africa 🌍Africa is the mother of all CivilizationsThe image below is called the Lebombo bones, it is t...
01/04/2021

Education Began In Africa 🌍
Africa is the mother of all Civilizations

The image below is called the Lebombo bones, it is the world's oldest mathematical artefact and was discovered in Africa.

It was discovered in Africa in the cave of Swaziland, and it dates back to 35,000 BC.
This is undisputed clear evidence that Africa gave the world mathematics.

Africans have been dehumanized for decades and called all kinds of derogatory names, but historical facts say otherwise.
We have given the world some of the greatest life-saving inventions and most of the wonders of the world were built by Africans.
Image: One Africa Project

Niger village attacks: Death toll rises to 100.The  prime minister of Niger says 100 people  have been killed in Saturda...
01/04/2021

Niger village attacks: Death toll rises to 100.

The prime minister of Niger says 100 people have been killed in Saturday's attacks by suspected jihadists on two villages.

Brigi Rafini said 70 people were killed in the village of Tchombangou and 30 others in Zaroumdareye - both near Niger's border with Mali.

It was one of the deadliest days in living memory, as Niger grapples with ethnic violence and Islamist militancy.

No group has said it carried out the attacks.

According to local mayor Almou Hassane, those responsible travelled on "about 100 motorcycles," AFP news agency reports.

They split into two groups and carried out the attacks simultaneously.
Rest in peace to all the souls we have lost to the attacks in Niger. Condolences to the families.

How Belgium Chopped Off Hands And Arms, And Killed Over 15 Million In AfricaThe Belgium king Leopold II turned a huge pi...
01/04/2021
How Belgium chopped off hands and arms, and killed over 15 million in Africa - United States of Africa

How Belgium Chopped Off Hands And Arms, And Killed Over 15 Million In Africa

The Belgium king Leopold II turned a huge piece of Africa into his rural estate, enslaved its people, and left a legacy of misery that lasts until today

By Maurício Brum

When the European powers got together to split Africa among themselves, in late 1884, a piece of the map was left out of the hands of all countries. In the center of the continent, the region of the Congo wouldn’t be left to the Africans themselves (as it happened with Ethiopia and Liberia, the only regions which would remain independent), nor to the colonialist states.

Instead, the huge area was recognized by the Berlin Conference as private property; it belonged solely and exclusively to king Leopold II of Belgium, and would remain like that until the early 20th century.

In the following years, the Congo Free State would not become known for this peculiar condition, but for another reason, much darker – the extreme brutality which the local population was treated by Leopold’s henchmen, in something that has been described by some historians as Africa’s “forgotten Holocaust”.
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How Belgium chopped off hands and arms, and killed over 15 million in Africa The Belgium king Leopold II turned a huge piece of Africa into his rural estate, enslaved its people, and left a legacy of misery that lasts until today By Maurício Brum When the European powers got together to split Afric...

15 Things You Did Not Know About the Moors of SpainEuropeans should thank Africans for Civilizing them.1. The Spanish oc...
01/03/2021

15 Things You Did Not Know About the Moors of Spain
Europeans should thank Africans for Civilizing them.

1. The Spanish occupation by the Moors began in 711 AD when an African army, under their leader Tariq ibn-Ziyad, crossed the Strait of Gibraltar from northern Africa and invaded the Iberian peninsula ‘Andalus’ (Spain under the Visigoths).

2. A European scholar sympathetic to the Spaniards remembered the conquest in this way:

a. [T]he reins of their (Moors) horses were as fire, their faces black as pitch, their eyes shone like burning candles, their horses were swift as leopards and the riders fiercer than a wolf in a sheepfold at night . . . The noble Goths [the German rulers of Spain to whom Roderick belonged] were broken in an hour, quicker than tongue can tell. Oh luckless Spain! [i]

[i] Quoted in Edward Scobie, The Moors and Portugal’s Global Expansion, in Golden Age of the Moor, ed Ivan Van Sertima, US, Transaction Publishers, 1992, p.336



3. The Moors, who ruled Spain for 800 years, introduced new scientific techniques to Europe, such as an astrolabe, a device for measuring the position of the stars and planets. Scientific progress in Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Geography and Philosophy flourished in Moorish Spain

4. Basil Davidson, one of the most noted historians recognized and declared that there were no lands at that time (the eighth century) “more admired by its neighbours, or more comfortable to live in, than a rich African civilization which took shape in Spain”



5. At its height, Córdova, the heart of Moorish territory in Spain, was the most modern city in Europe. The streets were well-paved, with raised sidewalks for pedestrians. During the night, ten miles of streets were well illuminated by lamps. (This was hundreds of years before there was a paved street in Paris or a street lamp in London.) Cordova had 900 public baths – we are told that a poor Moor would go without bread rather than soap!



6. The Great Mosque of Córdoba (La Mezquita) is still one of the architectural wonders of the world in spite of later Spanish disfigurements. Its low scarlet and gold roof, supported by 1,000 columns of marble, jasper and and porphyry, was lit by thousands of brass and silver lamps which burned perfumed oil.



7. Education was universal in Moorish Spain, available to all, while in Christian Europe ninety-nine percent of the population were illiterate, and even kings could neither read nor write. At that time, Europe had only two universities, the Moors had seventeen great universities! These were located in Almeria, Cordova, Granada, Juen, Malaga, Seville, and Toledo.



8. In the tenth and eleventh centuries, public libraries in Europe were non-existent, while Moorish Spain could boast of more than seventy, of which the one in Cordova housed six hundred thousand manuscripts.



9. Over 4,000 Arabic words and Arabic-derived phrases have been absorbed into the Spanish language. Words beginning with “al,” for example, are derived from Arabic. Arabic words such as algebra, alcohol, chemistry, nadir, alkaline, and cipher entered the language. Even words such as checkmate, influenza, typhoon, orange, and cable can be traced back to Arabic origins.

10. The most significant Moorish musician was known as Ziryab (the Blackbird) who arrived in Spain in 822. The Moors introduced earliest versions of several instruments, including the Lute or el oud, the guitar or kithara and the Lyre. Ziryab changed the style of eating by breaking meals into separate courses beginning with soup and ending with desserts.



11. The Moors introduced paper to Europe and Arabic numerals, which replaced the clumsy Roman system.



12. The Moors introduced many new crops including the orange, lemon, peach, apricot, fig, sugar cane, dates, ginger and pomegranate as well as saffron, sugar cane, cotton, silk and rice which remain some of Spain’s main products today.



13. The Moorish rulers lived in sumptuous palaces, while the monarchs of Germany, France, and England dwelt in big barns, with no windows and no chimneys, and with only a hole in the roof for the exit of smoke. One such Moorish palace ‘Alhambra’ (literally “the red one”) in Granada is one of Spain’s architectural masterpieces. Alhambra was the seat of Muslim rulers from the 13th century to the end of the 15th century. The Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site



14. It was through Africa that the new knowledge of China, India, and Arabia reached Europe. The Moors brought the Compass from China into Europe.



15. The Moors ruled and occupied Lisbon (named “Lashbuna” by the Moors) and the rest of the country until well into the twelfth century. They were finally defeated and driven out by the forces of King Alfonso Henriques. The scene of this battle was the Castelo de Sao Jorge or the ‘Castle of St. George.’

Credit: Black History Studies

Ethiopia Foreign Ministry Press Release on the Tripartite Meeting on the #GERD that was held today (January 03, 2021).
01/03/2021

Ethiopia Foreign Ministry Press Release on the Tripartite Meeting on the #GERD that was held today (January 03, 2021).

Today Global Pan Africanism Network Ethiopian chapter attended a diplomatic bazaar hosted by tourism minister and while ...
01/03/2021

Today Global Pan Africanism Network Ethiopian chapter attended a diplomatic bazaar hosted by tourism minister and while at our stay at the bazaar we created awareness regarding GPAN to over 30 country diplomats and recruited 100 members
Forward towards a United Africa under Continental Free Trade Area.
Africa Must Unite.
#PanAfricanism #Ethiopia

The Dagombas migrated from around the areas of Lake Chad after the break up of the Ghana Empire at the end of the 13th C...
01/03/2021

The Dagombas migrated from around the areas of Lake Chad after the break up of the Ghana Empire at the end of the 13th Century.
By : Mawuli Anani

The Dagomba are historically related to the Mossi people. The More/Mossi now have their homeland in central present-day Burkina Faso. The homeland of the Dagomba is called Dagbon and covers about 20,000 km2 in area. Na Gbewa is regarded as the founder of Dagbon.
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The Dagomba inhabit a traditional kingdom known as Dagbon and speak a language called Dagbani or Dagbanli.

The Mamprugu Kingdom was founded around the 13th century by the Great Naa Gbanwah/Gbewah at Pusiga, a village 14 kilometres from Bawku, which is why Mamprusis revere Bawku as their ancestral home.

The story of the Mamprusi Monarchy traces its origin to a great warrior named Tohazie the Red Hunter. Tohazie was called the Red Hunter because he was fair in complexion—-hence described as “red” by his people. Tohazie's grandson Naa Gbanwaah settled in Pusiga and established the Mamprugu kingdom.

The Mamprusi claimed descent from Na Gbewaa, and traced their origins to Tanga, an area located east of Lake Chad, from where they settled at Pusiga near Bawku. Na Gbewaa became chief over the indigenous Gurma and some Kusasi.

Nok Culture (500 B.C.E. to 200 CE)Judicial SystemBy Kweku OforiIt is a known fact that the Nok’s judicial system pre-dat...
01/03/2021

Nok Culture (500 B.C.E. to 200 CE)

Judicial System
By Kweku Ofori

It is a known fact that the Nok’s judicial system pre-dates the western judicial system. The Nok people created classes of courts used for adjudicating cases from minor civil cases, such as family disputes and false allegations, to criminal cases such as stealing, murder and adultery. The people believed that every crime attracts a curse which was capable of destroying whole family and therefore must be uncovered to avoid the consequences.

The suspect was brought before an open court for traditional oath taking, which involved standing between two monoliths facing the sun, the most supreme god called Nom. The suspect then swore to tell the truth. Cases that cannot be resolved in the open court are taken to the high court which sits within an enclosed shrine.

The court was presided over by the Chief Priest and various clan heads. Anyone found guilty was fined goats and chicken for sacrifice to the gods and local wine for the chief priest. The town would then declare a day of celebration on which the people would thank the gods for their graces in successfully resolving the issue and averting doom for the people.
Disappearance
A sharp drop in the volume of pottery and terracotta in soil layers suggests that the once-thriving Nok population declined fairly rapidly and no evidence can be found of their existence after 200 AD, nor has any evidence been found which suggests a reason for their disappearance. Some have suggested that overexploitation of natural resources and a heavy reliance on charcoal may have played a role, while others have said it could have been any number of different possibilities including climate change, a pandemic, invasion, epidemic or famine.
The Nok civilization left a remarkable cultural legacy for the people that followed after them, but there are still many unanswered questions about the Nok, from why they disappeared to the true purpose and nature of the unique and mysterious terracotta statues.

Ancient African Architectural …Before Greece or Rome Existed.South African Ruins...By Kweku OforiThe recent discovery of...
01/03/2021

Ancient African Architectural …Before Greece or Rome Existed.

South African Ruins...
By Kweku Ofori

The recent discovery of an ancient circular monolithic stone structure site in Mpumalanga, South Africa, is thought to be at least 75,000 years old, pre-dating any other structure on earth, according to South African author and politician Michael Tellinger.
Tellinger founded the Ubuntu Party in South Africa and is a self-proclaimed authority on ancient civilizations of southern Africa.
Tellinger estimates that there are well over a million ancient stone ruins scattered throughout the mountains of southern Africa. Various tools and artifacts that have been recovered from these ruins show a long and extended period of settlement that spans well over 200,000 years.
The most spectacular example of these ancient ruins is called the Adam’s Calendar, claims Tellinger. This spectacular ancient site is aligned with the north, south, east and west cardinal points, solstices and equinoxes. It is still an accurate calendar although it has been dated at least 75,000 years of old, based on scientific evaluations, according to the author.
The calendar was reportedly rediscovered by pilot Johan Heine in 2003, and named by Tellinger as Adam’s Calendar because it is possibly the oldest structure on earth that is linked to the human species.

Okavango Delta,the Beauty of BotswanaThe Okavango Delta is an area of staggering pristine beauty offering beautiful ecos...
01/03/2021

Okavango Delta,the Beauty of Botswana

The Okavango Delta is an area of staggering pristine beauty offering beautiful ecosystems and the chance for the best wildlife safaris in Africa. It is one of the world's largest inland delta systems. The floodwater of the Okavango river gushes down through the Angola highlands through the northwestern part of Botswana and thins out over the Kalahari desert forming around 15,000 km2 of an enchanting delta system. This is an annual occurrence from May through July and there is quiet period October onward. This cycle of events results in a versatile nature of the delta system and hence there is a constant wildlife activity around this place throughout the year. It causes the migration of thousands of animals in addition to more than 400 species of birds and 1000 species of plants! This magnificence of the Delta has made it one of the Natural Seven Wonders of Africa.

The Okavango Delta is made up of two parts - the Moremi game reserve and a number of private reserves. The Moremi Game Reserve is a public place consisting of the Chief's Island where many self-drive tourists visit. The Chief's Island is where safari-related activities are permitted. The private reserves offer accommodation in small camps and exclusive activities to the resident guests who fly in to these camps by air in light aircraft from main airports at Maun and Kasane.

Guest numbers are usually low and the services are top class offering a low-impact but high quality personalized experience to one and all. Also, since these are private, the guides are allowed some freedom during safaris. For e.g. they are allowed to do night-safaris with the guests and are allowed to move off course when spotting any wildlife. They do this with utmost caution and high expertise.

Also offered are walking safaris not allowed in the national parks. Also one of the good ways to explore the Okavango is by horseback.

An Okavango Delta safari is a highly unusual and exciting because tourists haven't usually experienced the feeling of sitting in a traditional dug out canoe, locally called a 'mokoro' and watching the wild animals at close quarters.

Waddling through the clear blue waters, you get this mystical feeling of being in a faraway land. Fish swim besides you shining in the heat while birds of prey await their time at a distance. Walking on the islands with an expert guide or exploring on horseback will take you real close to the wildlife. It is once in a lifetime experience to do this in the wild. This is the real Africa!

The wildlife is plentiful and gorgeous. With the reintroduction of rhino, it is a good place to get the Big Five out of your system! There are elephants all year round along with big herds of buffalo, giraffe, impala, zebra, kudu, waterbuck, bushbuck, reedbuck, tseesebe and many more. The predators include lion, cheetah, leopards frequently spotted at dusk, hyena and wild dog.

Your guide will very likely also spot a large variety of birds, many which are particular to their preferred habitats. There are egrets, cranes, hornbills, eagles, kingfishers, jacanas, firefinches, storks, ibis, owls and coucals. You might also spot otters swimming across the waters in certain places. On night drives you might be lucky to find civets, servals, porcupines, honey badger and white tailed mongoose.

May to October is the dry season whence there are huge numbers of animals congregating towards the delta in search of water and food. In the 'green' season from December to April, most migrants have moved out leaving the residents behind along with a lot of baby animals and beautiful surroundings. This is also a good time to spot the nesting of few migrant birds.

Most dry part of the delta is dominated by mopane woodland. Other than mopane, the papyrus and reed rafts make up most of the vegetation and during the flood season, they float on the water giving shelter to crocodiles in the gap between plants and river beds.

The camps in Okavango Delta are categorised as 'wet', 'dry' or 'mixed' according to the nature of the habitat near which they are situated. The wet camps offer mokoro safaris when the flow of the river is subtle and boating safaris when the river is in flood. They are set near very picturesque locations and can offer great wildlife views.

The dry camps offer land-based safaris and are great to view big game and predators. The mixed camps, as the name suggests, offer walking, driving and boating safaris since they are located in areas with not much flooding but with enough dry areas to do dry camp activities.

There are nineteen sub-areas in Okavango each having it's own camps so there is lot to choose from when thinking about a best-suitable itinerary for any guest. The type of camp that's chosen will be in accord with the guest's interest, time of the year and budget. Hence it is possible to mix and match and opt for an amazing holiday at 2 or 3 different camps that might also be connected via the waterway.

The different sub-areas or concessions as they are called are: Abu, Chitabe, Duba Plains, Gudigwa, Gunns, Jao Flats, Khwai River, Kwara, Moklowane, Moremi Central (heart of the delta), Moremi Mopane, Nxabega, Okavango Mababe, Okavango Selinda South, Ranns, Shinde, Stanleys, Starlings and Vumbura.

Credit: Inspiration Africa

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Inspired by Marcus Garvey and other Pan Africanists like Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Malcolm X and Muammar Gaddafi quest for a unified Africa ,a Kenyan Pan Africanist Daniel Mwambonu started United States of Africa project on 7 March 2016 through a page but thereafter it attracted following worldwide.

With the support of GPAN 1st Vice President Kassahun Delene and former Vice President Miss Pauline Owiti by the end of 2018 United States of Africa movement had began attracting attention from scholars,Activists in Africa and Diaspora.

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