A couple of days ago I was blown away with one of our lecturers who spoke to us on Pan Africanism and its ideologies. There were so many instances where I just wanted to stand up and say, “YES,” but I didn’t want to interfere with his flow which was so engaging.
I have a sound bite from part of the lecture I attended as a MILEAD fellow, though I don’t think it does justice to the speaker because it was so much better live, but I feel it is my duty to share it for Africa as a believer in the Pan Africanist movement and project. Below the podcast are some important points Kwesi Pratt (the lecturer) raised during the lecture that I thought I should put down for you guys so you can think about it when listening to the podcast. A special thanks to Grace Atuhaire, my fellow journalist from Uganda and a 2012 MILEAD fellow for recording this lecture and allowing me to use it.
I also thought I would share some video on an interview that he had. Speaking as a journalist, when you carry out an interview you do your best to be as objective as possible without letting on your bias. I thought the host got to personal in the way he asked his questions in a form of attack. But that is my opinion…..
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