Red was probably the first colour I fell in love with, because of my father's Lada. And, it held some good fortune for us, shielding us from death at least on two occasions. When the car got repainted white, that was a totally different story. One that makes me ask "What if the Red Colour had nbeen retained?"
The challenge with leadership in today’s Africa, and for years to come, will always be how to restore the lost strength to the mainframe. There are a couple of brilliant ideas available in the public space on how to achieve this. However, we should continually challenge three things:
1. Any discussion of Africa’s development that fails to acknowledge the retrogressive impact of Europeans arrival on our shores;
2. Thoughts and expressions that argue that the Europeans have left and Africa is now in the hands of Africans and they have not achieved development for Africans. Have they really left?
3. Complacency – Dropping our guard and allowing the physical, cyber and other means of colonization from other fronts. The Chinese are currently making in-roads into Africa, this will leave us worse-off than the Europeans did.