African literati evoke Muammar Gaddafi as Pan-African
(MENAFN) African scholars evoked Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi, who was murdered on October 20th, 2011, as a Pan-African who had the best interests of the area as an essential.
During a phone interview, Sultan Kakuba, an administrative expert at Kyambogo University in Uganda, updated Anadolu Agency that “Gaddafi had a vision and strong belief of uniting Africans.”
“He believed a united Africa would speak with one voice at international fora such as the United Nations and manage to bargain and be seen as an equal partner.”
Kakuba said that Gaddafi was viewed as an enemy of Western republics due to his desire for a “United States of Africa” that he forced for several years, and wished to have a united African administration.
Kakuba added “Gaddafi believed this was the only way that Africa could develop without Western interference.”
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