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New Confident Africa by Mbira Rimi

ZAR217.39

A New Confident Africa is a razor-sharp critique that dissects the malignancy of neo-colonialism that has crippled the continent. The contention is that the people of Africa, in the name of modernisation, have adopted fatal morals thus shredding the  fabric that defines Africa’s growth and development.

Here the Author is outright that foreign religions, values and attitudes have left the Africans in the crossroads ready to take any route to unknown destinations.

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A New Confident Africa is a razor-sharp critique that dissects the malignancy of neo-colonialism that has crippled the continent. The contention is that the people of Africa, in the name of modernisation, have adopted fatal morals thus shredding the  fabric that defines Africa’s growth and development.

Here the Author is outright that foreign religions, values and attitudes have left the Africans in the crossroads ready to take any route to unknown destinations. This is unacceptable ‒ by analysing the western thoughts, science, economy and religions, Vis a Vis the African standpoint on the same issues, Mbira becomes the brave advocate par excellence of the time-tested way of life, understanding and actualising the values of African socio-economic realities.

About the Author:

Mbira is an avid reader with particular interest in African history and economics. He has worked in the construction industry in Kenya for more than three decades.

Lincoln Kinyanjui Ndogoni (lecturer at UoN & cross-cultural psychosocial adviser) says: The writer skilfully deciphers open and hidden, historical and current truths, confusion, abuse, and psycho-social deprivation of the African people. He also suggests excellent possibilities of Africa’s restoration in this gem of a book.

Mbira Rimi
978-9-966181-43-5
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