True Uhuru has eluded the continent for more than half-century now

In this episode, Dr Moses Khisa explains why he says that : 'Africa is captive, a beaten continent, available for the taking'.

The African continent remains hostage to myriad forces, both internally generated and externally produced. True Uhuru has eluded the continent for more than half-century now. The agenda for genuine liberation, for self-determination and the freedom to chart a path that assures the full dignity of the African people is not some abstract and academic ideal; it is a real and concrete goal.

In this episode, Dr Moses Khisa explains why he says that : ‘Africa is captive, a beaten continent, available for the taking’.

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