I have often been asked where in Africa will we build a nation?You know- Negro Stall Tactics.One of the major problems is the lack of education of Africa among people who are supposed to be Pan Africanist.This includes the likes of Malcolm X and many others who threw their support behind the Neo Colonial new African puppet regimes in the so called independence era.The current boundaries still reflect the pattern of European domination over Africa.There is no consideration for minority tribes and their self determination as Europeans allies with powerful tribes to carve up the continent and bleed it to death.This is the root of all conflict in Africa.There is also no reconciliation of the millions of African descendant of the slave trade who may want to return to establish their own state or homeland on the continent as the same groups given sovereignty by their colonial Gods have an illegitimate claim on territory they cannot develop nor occupy.I believe a coming new order is happening,and that there will be no revolution until the land and boundary issue is solved that benefits Africans globally.
One organization BAIO is exploring is the Organization of Emerging African States.Here is a mission statement
We are a new IGO dedicated to providing strategic services to the emerging nations of Africa and their citizens.
OEAS member states are united by one shared principle — they all seek self determination and believe self determination to be inevitable.
The colonial era borders of Africa must be shattered as an artifical construct of the 20th century. Just as the USSR dissolved, so too will the status quo in Africa which is propped up by economic and geopolitical interest inimical to the aspiration of Africans.
Africa is a paradox which illustrates and highlights neo-colonialism. Her earth is rich, yet the products that come from above and below the soil continue to enrich, not Africans predominantly, but groups and individuals who operate to Africa's impoverishment.
— Kwame Nkrumah
The Africa of today clings tenaciously to the 1885 Boundaries of the Congress of Berlin. Only when this colonial paradigm is broken will Africa be truly free to form itself into its actual constituent states and assume its status as a world power.
Message from the OEAS Secretary General
As a former political prisoner, I know better than most that the corrupt dictaters of Africa cannot be salvaged. Only through a radical solution can Africa be liberated from an endless cycle of exploitation and corruption. The key to freedom is in the map of Africa, tear down the colonial era boundaries and only then can Africa rebuild. Africans suffer under the political map of former colonial empires, all those who are in favor of the status quo in Africa stand in the way of progress and freedom.
Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, Jr.
Founding Father and National Chairman of Southern Cameroons Youth League
Secretary General of the OEAS