Western government wants Africa without Africans.
Instabilities, inequalities, wars, diseases, starvations and extreme poverties are caused by corruption and dictatorship of African leaders. Leaders who are chosen, protected and blessed by western governments, forced African people to flee their respective countries to Europe.
In 'How to Make African Countries Stable: Bangne plan', author Abel Bangne urges his fellow Africans to force their leaders to take responsibility for the political instability of their respective countries, rather than blaming the west for their current plight. While he acknowledges western countries' roles in the financing and organising of modern African wars, as well as the legacy of slavery and colonisation, Bangne believes that Africans must choose to unite in pursuit of the rights and freedoms enjoyed by members of western societies. Bangne does not suggest that Africans should blindly mimic the governments of Europe and America, rather that the Bangne plan advocates the establishment of democracy and peaceful political systems that take into account the unique cultural and traditional attributes of each African country.
Bangne envisions an Africa whose best and brightest no longer must flee their homeland for fear of prosecution. An Africa that contributes to scientific, technological and economic development on a global scale. An Africa whose citizens are seen as equals by the rest of the world.
The Bangne plan is a detailed blueprint of the governmental and social infrastructure necessary to create a peaceful, stable, free Africa - the Africa of the future.
A native of Bangolo in the west of Ivory Coast, Abel Bangne earned his BSc in pharmaceutical science from London Metropolitan University. Bangne lives with his wife Tihe Anne Marie in London and he enjoys music, cinema and football. He is devoted to God.
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