‘Blessed be Egypt my people, Assyria my handiwork, and Israel my inheritance’ ~ Isaiah 19:25 In the Bible, Egypt was known for her wealth, agricultural prowess, mighty army, and abundance. It was a powerful empire known worldwide, not only in Africa. When nations faced any trouble, they turned to Egypt not knowing that ‘Cursed is … Continue reading God’s Redemption Plan for Africa
The hot air seems to evaporate the history, the narrow streets seem to envelope the dark secret and the veiled women seem to keep it hush hush. Tourists walking in pairs with cameras in hand give a sense that all is well in the East African island archipelago. Walking the streets and admiring the rustic … Continue reading The Secret Tale of Zanzibar
A few days ago, I took an evening walk with a friend who had visited. We follow the train track, breathing in fresh air from the surrounding forest. This is refreshing especially after spending time in quarantine. After about twenty minutes, the train track makes a diversion and leads us to a wide road and … Continue reading COVID-19: God’s Preferential Deference?
A future whereby post-independent Africa is self-reliant could be drawing nigh after 54 African Countries inked the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), a notion which lingered in the minds of most Africans but dilatory in its manifestations, and only came into effect on 30 May 2019. Nigeria being the recent Country that signed the … Continue reading The Africa Trade Pact Might Just Work Only If…