The AUDACITY to CHANGE by Professor M. D. Kaluya

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In this authoritative piece, Professor Kaluya castigates fellow Africans, especially the leaders and intellectuals of the African continent to understand how significant BACKWARDNESS has remained a major aspect in holding the continent in the dark. He traces the level of African backwardness from an African societal perspective that failed to inherit the fundamental truths, to enhance a creative and effective developmental scope started off by the Stone Age. The level of BACKWARDNESS in Africa is further stagnated by increased dependence of Africans on their former colonial masters and donors who today continue to hold the continent at ransom, through foreign aid offers and collaboration with African leaders to sustain their economies on mostly foreign aid. Above all, the fall of the Berlin wall in German to unite the east and west is the setting of this piece, and offers Africans and their leaders an opportunity to audaciously look forward and revolutionalize the continent back into the hands of the African people.

About Professor M. D. Kaluya

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Professor Michael D. Kaluya was born and raised in Uganda, East Africa. He attended Mwiri Primary School & Namalemba Boarding Mixed Primary School for his elementary education. He went to Busoga College Mwiri for Ordinary Level Certificate of Education or High School Diploma and Makerere High School for his Advanced Level Certificate of Education (A-Level). He moved to the United States of America in 1998 to further his education. He attended Dallas Baptist University for his Bachelor of Business Administration & Economics (May, 2001) and a Master of Business Administration in International Business & Economics (May, 2004). He also attended the University of Texas at Dallas where he earned two additional masters: Master of Science in International Political Economy (Dec. 2008) & a Master of Arts in Political Science (May, 2010). He is currently pursuing a PhD in Business Administration at Northcentral University as well as teaching as an adjunct Professor of Economics, Business, & Management at Cedar Valley College, Lancaster, Texas USA.
Published January 31, 2011 by iUniverse. 148 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History. Non-fiction

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