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Voices from Africa ~ Listen to the echoes of freedom from across the continent, new book published by Africanliberty, 21 July 2012

21 Jul
Voices from Africa ~ Listen to the echoes of freedom from across the continent

Professor George Ayittey‘s name evokes freedom especially against the background of Africa’s quest to free itself completely from never-do-well protectionist economies, the remnants of old military eras of leadership and the remains of sit-tight rulers across the continent. With Africa still not completely where it ought to be politically and economically, AfricanLiberty.org has offered the light to the continent’s path to growth, economic development and prosperity. Who better to put a foreword to that project but the consistently fearless words of Professor Ayittey?

With writers like Franklin Cudjoe leading the way in a line-up that includes the young Kenyan Libertarian Alex Ndungu and trusted heads like Rejoice Ngwenya, Bright SimonsKofi Bentil even as Chofor Che brings his touch of excellence into the plate, this is one book all Africans should not just read and its content adopted, it should be a regular on the shelves of generations to come. Everything may fade, but men will always prefer the fresh air of freedom over anything else. “Voices From Africa” makes sure of that and even more.

You can download a free copy  from here VOICES INNER PAGES.pdf

 
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Posted by on July 21, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “Voices from Africa ~ Listen to the echoes of freedom from across the continent, new book published by Africanliberty, 21 July 2012

  1. choforche

    July 24, 2012 at 9:43 pm

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