by Modupe Onitiri-Abiola
The great continent of Africa is blessed with enormous mineral, natural, and human resources, yet the continent remains poor. The state of poverty in Africa is manmade and is a situation that must be reversed to prosperity and greatness by the dedicated efforts of all Africans. When there is eradication of crimes of injustice such as hunger, foreign debts, hatred, dictatorship, and inequality, the light of glory and prosperity will shine over Africa, and the continent will say farewell to poverty.
Modupe Onitiri-Abiola thoroughly examines the political, social, and economical structures of the great continent of Africa and offers actions the Africans must take in order to find equality and the will to allow their continent to thrive.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Modupe Onitiri-Abiola was involved as a politician during her late husbandís presidential campaign in 1993 and as an activist during the struggle against dictatorial military regimes that assassinated him. She is currently a business broker/consultant/realtor and has made the United States a home away from home for the past thirty years. She has a B.Sc. with honors in International Management from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. Her childrenís names are Deen, Azizzah, Moshoodat, and Saheed. Besides writing, Modupe also enjoys reading and counseling others.
(2007, paperback, 38 pages)