Few if any, African borders were established by Africans. The creation artificial African nations by the colonial powers and other outside forces is what has created all of the internal strife that African nations face today. Much of things that passes for African governance nowadays, is largely influenced and guided by non-Africans. African still have not had their own industrial revolution based on the most abundant power source known since ancient Egypt, the power of the Sun. Nigeria tried to build their whole economy on crude oil they didn't even have the technology to refine. This is the common pattern for Africans, there slowly learning how to produce value added products but still are not get full market value for their rare earth minerals and other resources found only in Africa.In the Spirit of Sankofa,
Nigeria Is Coming Apart at the Seams
At best, a revitalized Biafran secessionist movement will lead to mass bloodshed. At worst, it will trigger the country's unraveling
Nearly 50 years after the same region of Nigeria seceded, sparking a devastating civil war, separatists are once again threatening the fragile national unity of Africa’s most populous country. Back in 1967, the federal government deployed a quarter million troops to quash the secessionist movement, while also imposing a land and sea blockade. Over a million civilians died in the nearly three years of fighting that followed, mostly from starvation ...
Crowds of Igbo-speaking people barricade streets across southeastern Nigeria, bringing traffic to a standstill