Africa's Turmoil, Miseries and Poverty by Mica Kiribedda

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


"The time of the truth has finally come for one, cannot suppress the truth forever. It is about the unspoken implications of Africa’s totalitarian regimes, under the umbrella of colonial imperialists, with their wicked stooge leaders, with insatiable appetite for power rage to crush people’s freedom now as it has ever been.
Those who dare resist Colonial oppression, they paid the price. People all over, have endured relentless brutality conspired by wicked politicians, whose occupations and purpose is to misuse power to justify their lust for vengeance.
Nobody can escape their wrath, as the seed of treachery and political contamination of mind and soul, was apparent from day one Africa was invaded by the West. Resisting imperialism could be incredibly painful, devastating and catastrophic, and could wreak lives today, as it has ever been.
Patrice Lumumba, the first Prime Minister of Zaire, was first victim of resisting fascism and his penalty was death in 1961. Steve Biko, the NAC leader of S.Africa, paid ultimate price for fighting apartheid, while N. Mandela and Mzee Kenyatta of Kenya, escaped narrowly with detention. Kings, Mwanga and Mutesa of Buganda and Dr.Kwame Nkruma of Ghana, also paid ultimate price for resisting fascism of the Colonial Imperialism."

About Mica Kiribedda

See more books from this Author
Published July 5, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 151 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Non-fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review