It looks like the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is aiming high, there has been a lot of discussions about bringing Africa together, it is really not something new.
But, now that it has been put out there, what does this mean? If there is something that should be questioned, then this is the time.
Even pppqif you do not like it, the leadership of the EFF is making moves and they are thriving for a better Africa, something you as an African child might have imagined at some point.
Every problem has a solution, as a continent, we are facing a lot of challenges, the Covid-19 pandemic has made us realise that we only have ourselves to rely on
We cannot just talk about how Africa should move forward, we should get started, the conversation has been going for far too long.
What people need before saying anything about the suggestion made by the EFF, they need to read up on how easier things will be. It could be that a lot of people do not believe in implementation without proper planning, that is understandable.
Hence, this suggestion has been reintroduced, people will, once again air out their views and that is most likely the part of the plan.
All the countries in Africa have this one problem that they should work on, what can be done? In the most clear way, what are the advantages and disadvantages, this is when we need to come together.
There are ways in which political leaders can unite under the one idea of changing the situation that we have found ourselves in.
People telling Malema how stupid he is, that is not a surprise, we have people who have no idea what it means when it is mentioned that there is a need for Radical social and economic transformation.
Learn about this, inform yourself, do not be quick to disregard ideas coming from political parties or members of society. Understand what it means to have an Africa where will have one currency and one Parliament, there is a lot of thinking behind this.
What do you think about this? Please share your thoughts.
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