In Africa, Quod Vadis, Steve Kakrabah-Quarshie presents the reader with a passionate examination of the development of politics in the great continent of Africa.
His focus centres on the founding of the Organisation of African Unity, profiling its founding fathers, its secretaries general, etc.
Perhaps, nowhere has the right of self-determination of nations been so undermined as it has been in Africa.
With African leaders setting out with bold and imaginative socialist-inspired policies for their nations post colonialism, it did not take long for neo-capitalism to agitate for replacement of these troubling leaders with corrupt and vicious dictatorial regimes. Africa has had a turbulent and violent history since the times of independence.
The way forward for the continent is a very important question indeed.