Nollywood actor, Mr Ibu, makes case for united Africa


Nollywood actor, John Okafor, says Africans need to be more united to attract the attention of the international community. Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday that the process should start from individual countries through the sub-regions to the continental level. adidas stan smith donna “ The process of unity should start from our individual countries to the sub-regions and then on to the continental level. NIKE AIR MAX 2017 Xavier Musketeers Jerseys “ We need to be more united at a time like this to get the desired attention from the international community,” he said. Adidas Harden 2.5Pe Jimmy Garoppolo Okafor said that media reports emanating from Africa were always about conflicts and disasters. Adidas buty męskie Rutgers Scarlet Knights “ In some of the sub-regions, you do not need a visa to enter individual countries. Jordan CP3 My vision is that Africa should go beyond that. chaussure new balance femme 2016 “ Let there be an Africa without borders. nike air max 2017 pas cher homme If you are an African, you should get a visa at the point of entry. Compra Zapatillas Nike Online “ Let us endeavour to become one united Africa. Victor Cruz Jersey I am proposing one brother, one nation,” Okafor said. LUNAREPIC FLYKNIT

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