AU Reform – A New African Union
AU Reform means looking at Africa’s current state and working out how to make the best changes. It is needed so badly at this moment in time and why? Well, quite frankly, it’s because the African Union (AU) is a weak and toothless organization. The AU does not have a seat at the table when it comes to global issues. It’s as if we are sitting in the back of the classroom whilst being unheard. There are so many of us in Africa and the Diaspora who feel this way. We are fed up. The African Union is full of corruption due to the leaders of our much loved African countries. The longer we stay silent, the longer our people will suffer.
Africa is rich in natural resources. These resources consist of gold, oil, diamonds, cobalt, zinc, iron ore and so on. There is no reason at all for our people to live in the world’s greatest continent whilst struggling to survive at the same time. As Her Excellency Dr. Arikana Chihombori will always say to us, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”!
“AU Reform for the benefit of Africa is our aim. The AU must be free from corruption and totally independent from the rest of the world”.
Who are we?
We are a group of Pan-Africanists with an aim to achieve a new and reformed African Union. Due to our love for Africa, we realize that she is currently in an awful state. Something must be done in order to set the record straight. Africa is so dependent on aid from western countries and we know that this should not be the case. This is quite embarrassing. Afrika is fully capable of looking after herself if given the chance to do so. Our people know this. However, we will keep on living in poverty if we continue to stay silent and do nothing.
What’s next after Afrikan Union Reform?
Read the banner at the top of this page. The message is quite self explanatory. “Peace, unity and stability is required for a successful and prosperous Afrika. #ReformTheAU”.
Have you noticed the word AfriKa spelt with a “K” in the top banner? Well for those who don’t know, that’s the way it is written in the Swahili language.
We have a page dedicated to our proposals on this website. This page explains the solutions needed to achieve our goals in further details. We welcome any positive suggestions from Pan-Africanists throughout both the motherland and the Diaspora. If you would like to put your views forward then please do not hesitate to contact us. We promise to respect your privacy.
The AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.