One day late Dele Giwa said he was having lunch with an African American in US.
The man said Dele, you know where you come from but I don’t know where I come from. I know I am not an American. I know I am supposed to be an African, but through slavery, I don’t know my root.
George Floyd could originally be a native of Ijebu Ode or Umunede or Takoradi in Ghana.
We Africans must be ashamed that we sold our children in exchange for mirror, brandy etc.
Anytime a black man is killed in US, we should weep for our stupidity. We killed them because we sold them.
The life of African American will never matter until their fathers from Nigeria, Ghana speak against the forces that are trying to annihilate them
Africa must speak up.
Apart from speaking up, we must govern well to the extent that those that want to return to Africa can return.
Until we speak for them and create a welcoming home in Africa for them, our children will continue to be mistreated and killed.
Sometimes, your standing as a man can send fears into the heart of a man who wants to bully your child.
However, when you the father is an embodiment of foolishness, irresponsibility and recklessness, the man can simply come to the conclusion that nothing will happen if he bullies the child.
Until Nigeria gets her act together, all black men will be treated with ignominy in all parts of the world.
Ahmed D. Abbas is a leader and a preacher who is passionate about God, Godly leadership, The Universal (Not Denominationalism) church of God and welfare of humanity.