Africa will be recolonized-Prof Lumumba

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Kenyan Prof. PLO Lumumba discloses that Africa for the next 25 years will be recolonized since African states remain dis-united.

Prof Lumumba is well-known for his extra ordinary political speeches where he claims that African countries are today ‘seen weak’ if compared to elsewhere on the globe.

To him, most countries in Africa are unwillingly and do not want to get accelerated for Pan-Africanism, which makes the-mother content weak.

“The state of Africa is weak because all countries are dis-united. Africa in the next 25 years will be recolonized.” He notes

He says Africa failed having one passport, market and one telephone code which makes the continent encompasses “No common connectivity” becoming a puzzle to “how Africa can be taken seriously”, he says

Speaking on COVID-19 as a typical example, Prof. Lumumba misunderstands how travelling in Africa still needs more than one COVID-19 test-something he portrays as “very practical things.”

“Until we change those things we are going nowhere [expect when] we have one telephone code, single immigration, one currency and army.” He adds


Africa is the only remaining continent with many resources in comparison with the rest of the world. It is also believed to own the best fertile soil across the globe.

While speaking in Ethiopia in a state organized event, Prof Lumumba talked of conflict which is limiting most countries in Africa for development.

Currently, there is conflict in Somalia, Republic Democratic of Congo (DRC), Burkina Faso, Mozambique as outlined by Prof Lumumba.

“Part of the problem of Africa is that we find human being and we monsterize them.” He says

Adding that “We are socially weak, politically, economically weak and socially confused.”

Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba is a Kenyan who served as the Director of the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011.

Since 2014, Lumumba has been the Director of The Kenya School of Law. An eloquent lawyer, Lumumba earned his LL.B and LL.M degrees at the University of Nairobi.


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