Sunday, May 28, 2017

AUSC President and Founder delivered the special message to all Young Generations of African Roots for a Happy African Day On May 25th, 2017

AUSC President and Founder  has been giving press release with Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) Television  for Evening News May 25th ,2017during The 2nd East African Manufacturing Business Summit and Exhibition  started on this 23rd to end on 25th May 2017 at Serena Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda, via the Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) former Rwanda Television (RTV) Mr Iraguha Bandora Yves the Founder and President of AUSC was focusing about African Union Students' Council (AUSC) contribution to the development of the African ,Basing on implementation of Manufacturing  Potential for sustainable economic growth .
We linked AUSC International Action Plan with the Current happening Manufacturing Companies who will need Educated and skilled Young generation to implement these projects for long Term .
We are very successful in the East African Region to exhibit the Work expected from the AUSC Leadership and Developed Projects as mentioned in the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 ,
Every thing is turning around training skilled innovative Young African Generations for sustainable Economic Growth for this Continent of Africa .
Happy African Day On May 25th, 2017

Happy African Day On May 25th, 2017  
African Union Students' Council (AUSC) President and Founder has delivered the special message to all Young Generations of African Roots for a Happy African Day On May 25th, 2017
"This African Day On May 25th, 2017 today must be your best reminder for the struggle and victory  of Liberation and African Freedom and Fighters; our Ancestors; who contributed in making this continent of AFRICA much more Independent ,and we are wishing You the happy celebrations of this International Africa Day to  All Africans and Friends of Africa".

May 25th is the celebration day across Africa to commemorate the formation of the Organization of African Unity. Economic activism is the pan Africanist issue of the day. Young Africans across the globe must embrace land ownership and economic dominance in order to compete in the global economic dominance environment otherwise political independence means nothing without economic liberation and the freedom to control the continent’s destiny.

 In the 1920s the Africans in North America and in the Caribbean began to experience an awakening and the rise of self-help programs began to spread across these areas. The message was advanced by Marcus Garvey. Garvey was the first person to call for the unity of all people of African descent regardless of geographic location. This unity was around the concept of “Africa for the African” through economic independence. In 1958 Dr. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana held the first Pan Africanist meeting on the African continent that brought thinkers and foremost thought leaders of the day to a great meeting of the minds strategizing the path forward for Africa. These thought leaders wanted to be the architects to launch the strike that would dismantle the colonial regime and liberate millions of Africans from the tyranny of colonialism. Results of the 1958 Pan African meeting:
By the year 1963 32 out of the 63 African states were independent from colonial rule.
Influence of pan Africanist philosophy led to more uprising and the demand for economic liberty and political freedom

Organization of African unity was formed to achieve the Pan Africanist vision
African Development bank was formed to help finance African expansion projects
Regional economic cooperation hubs such as ECOWAS & SADCC were formed to increase regional trade among Africans
Today the OAU is the African Union which continue to promote peace and economic development across the continent
In the 21st century there are African- African American conferences to foster ties between Africans in America and those on the motherland. Haiti has indicated its desire to join the African Union.

More Readings Recommended by President of AUSC:

RwandAir yatua Uingereza kwa mara ya kwanza (Picha na video) -
Please see the opening address delivered by Honorable Professor Mammo Muchie The AUSC President's Special Advisor For African Union Focal Point while delivering the Opening Presentation  at the 7th Africa Unity for Renaissance--(7th AUR) South Africa ."Africa is too plundered and betrayed.. Change is urgent by building social capital and trust amongst Africans so we can use the rich resources of this rich Africa to build additive and multiplicative wellbeing and capability of all the people of Africa regardless of any differences!"..

Building A United States Of Africa - “As I have said time and time again, the salvation of Africa lies in Unity. Only a Union Government can safeguard the hard-won freedom of the various African States. Africa is rich, its resources are vast and yet African States are poor. It is only in a Union Government that we can find the capital to develop the immense economic resources of Africa …. Only a unified economic planning for development can give Africa the economic security essential for the prosperity and wellbeing of all its peoples”. - Results of the 1958 Pan African meeting: May 25 th is the celebration day across Africa to commemorate the formation ... otherwise political independence means nothing without economic ... - The Africa Day celebrations will see the showcasing of African cultural ... objective for which it was established and that it is now focusing on economic liberation and prosperity for ...


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