True liberation guarantees the dignity, respect and humanity of Africans

In this episode, we talk about those key things that Africans should do to save themselves from the arrogance, disrespect and demeaning paternalism of their ostensible Western benefactors.

Without ownership of the means of production and active participation in meaningful productive economic activities, which is precisely the problem with Uganda’s economy today, and indeed other African countries, true liberation and social emancipation are a distant dream.

In this episode, Moses Khisa talks about those key things that Africans should do to save themselves from the arrogance, disrespect, and demeaning paternalism of their ostensible Western benefactors.

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