Wednesday 29 November 2017

African Youth Against Slavery

After a video footage surfaced of slave auctions outside Tripoli,it sent chills and shock waves across the world.

Many civic Groups in Africa including AJAP and IROMHA expressed their shock and immediate call to the affected countries and those with citizens bringing this terrying inhuman act,to vehemently constigate this action and put in place emergency measures which are strict and respect human life.

How can a person be sold like an animal on an open market and we stand and watch,this is shocking to be seen in this civilised century.

Our brothers and sisters are in bondage and need us to send a voice and action to help them out.

I personally believe in solving issues in a peaceful manner and apprehending those responsible and implementing effective solutions with governing bodies to educate the people on the destruction that such acts bring to Africa.

What has happened my dear brother to treat another like a useless commodity.
What is going on in our hearts to have no love and no mercy towards our own brother?
Is it because of skin colour,social status or is it us becoming worse than an untamed creature?

Iam expressing this on behalf of my African brothers and sisters,what have we come to be,where did we bury UBUNTU?

It is with great distaste  and disaster to learn of these events in Lybia.
When President Lincoln spearheaded the abolishment of the slave trade Act in the 1860's,it was from his understanding that all human beings are created equaly regardless of color.
Why have we turned a deaf ear to this teaching?

To those causing this unimaginable act of brutality I urge you to come clean and learn to protect your fellow brother and sister regardless of color or origin.We are ONE AND THAT STANDs forever.

This is shameful and the culprits are fellow Africans who as the rest of African inhabitants share slavery history perpetrated by the old western world of the 1700s.
Why have we brought the old pains to this century,why are we bleeding wounds that have since healed?

I call upon the region iam hailing from and that of the SADC to constigate this and educate the masses on this issue in a peaceful manner and bring our Brothers and Sisters home.

Heal the world,make it a better place for you and for me and the entire human race.
Have a heart,lets exercise care.
We are Africa,We are the World.



Sunday 26 November 2017


There is one thing that can never
seperate us,

We are Africans,regardless of your nation, tribe,religion,race or social class.

Our mother Africa gave us one favour,to live as brothers and sisters: Africanization.

It gives me a smile whenever i see young man and women doing something  for sustainability of Africa.

The day each young African will know that s/he wasnt born in Africa by chance but Africa herself was born in him/her therefore I can bet that it will be the beginning of civilization,continental shift in all spheres of life,economically, socially and Politically.

I have a sight,a dream for my Africa.

A day when young men and women will move from Burkina Faso to Mali,Senegal,Chad to Egypt,down to Somaliland through homeland Kenya,down to the land of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere,Tanzania,Zimbabwe to Namibia down to the great land of the late father of the world His Excellency Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and demonstrate social justice,the philosophy of peace,love,unity and good governance.
It will be dawn day for Africa's democracy, civilization, real independence.

I look forward to the day when Ghanians,Nigerians, Egyptians will be able to fly from their homeland to Kenya,Angola,Seychelles without a Visa.
Africa with common currency.

Africa's economy will show light of hope,affordable labor,one voice,one language,love,unity and that is the day Africa will claim one Nation.

I look forward to African nations that will be led by 30 year old's, 60% will be governed by Youth with one mind and one goal,to see Africa through.

Africa united as one,will be a place were fear is non existent.

Let's wake up and raise our voice rather than running away from these challenges only to be humiliated in the embassies of 3rd world countries.
We are a generation of say and do.

Let's fold our sleeves my brothers and sisters and with this the generation to come will be in peace and that's our victory and joy.

A new Africa where feuds and misunderstandings are solved and rectified peacefully.

                                                            This is Africa Rising

Endorsed by Evans Mutavi
Ajap kenya

Saturday 25 November 2017

Matching yourself with a career

What is a Career

○The progress and actions taken by a person throughout a lifetime,especially those related to that person's occupations.
-A career is often composed of the jobs held,titles earned and work accomplished over a long period of time,rather than just referring  to one position.
-while employees  in some culture and economics stay with one job during their career,there is an increasing trend to employees changing jobs more frequently eg an individuals career work for several different firms and in several different areas of law over a lifetime.
Lets use career in a sentence 

Nowadays it is getting seemingly harder for the average person to obtain a job and start a career in that business.
Notes to reflect on

○When you are young,you may know exakly what you want to do when you grow up,but as you grow you may not be sure,the older you get,the more you discover that choosing a career is a complex,multistep process.
The way forward is discovering and learning about yourself and occupations you are considering so that you can make informed decisions.
○Therefore accessing your interests,work preference,abilities and recognising your strengths help you find a suitable career direction-one that could lead to your dream job.
                                                  This is Africa Rising