The Invisible ?Trap? in Africa

The Invisible ?Trap? in Africa : ?Doctrine Behind African's Dependency & Underdevelopment

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This Book 'The Invisible Traps in Africa; Preambles This Book may have manifest from what Thomas Hobbes (1961) observes as 'cooperation between people is impossible in the absence of truth'. Therefore, in as much as people deserve to know what the future hold for most African states over the last decade of post independence, there has been fewer books in stock to establish the exact type on the endless African predicament. Although, several books tend to bring alternative images from Africa different from what exactly exist in the continent. It is from these misconceptions over the years that emanate the author of this book to bring this an extraordinary account of the African past and present into the public arena for more enlighten and assimilation of what Africa predicament simply reflected. Especially to those readers and curious people who are deeply interested to know about African people, societies, problems and their causes since pre-historic down to post colonial Africa. Well at the same token, the book scrutinizes the contemporary causes of Africans underdevelopment, poverty escalation, immigrant migrating from Africa enlarging into Europe, causes of deeply divided violence among Africans and that of the emerging terrorist continent of 21st century. So far, this book brought into the public domain by the 'Author Shaibu Sunday Danladi, at this critical moment of confusion in both Africa and Europe, it is the desire of the author that what turn African into uncertainties needs to be understood from its genetic roots instead of accepting several propaganda as fact about African institutional uncertainties. Perhaps, the Book answers the questions as what had eventually turned African nations on post colonial independence into dependency. Constant untouched character of most Africa nations underdevelopment scenario, stages of anarchy etc. Undoubtedly, this book is quite unique and further engaging by its attempt at reassessing several key Africans institutional miscarriages since the journey of their independence started around 60s effectively down to the contemporary anarchist enigma at post independence. Nevertheless, to a great extent, I do believe and hope that the influence of this book will further enlarge public knowledge about African stages of malfunctioning after 60s till date. Wholly, I have viewed this book as crucial and magnificent contribution to the ongoing post independence debate as well as making understanding of African predicament in the 21st century new imperialism accessible to the general public. My interest is to serve general knowledge to the public why African underdevelopment and dependency persist (Shaibu Jr. 5th. May 2015). Good Luck. Honestly My People, Liberty..."I recognize that oppression exists merely to those who choose to live under oppressed institutions. Homes, organization, countries etc as their own self made. For the justification that, they individually-acknowledged someone cruelty and containment as their income of existence as destiny. Yet, a mistaken belief that would make oppression continues to survive in our societies. Their private and personal silent in the expression of their complex moment made their oppression achievable. Certainly, without their consent by refusing to resist, it would not have succeeded to sucking them into an early grave of disadvantages and dependency" (Shaibu, May. 5th. 2015)show more

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  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 14mm | 408g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507769113
  • 9781507769119