In contrast to the popular error-laden school of thought on perfection, it is only imperfection that complains of what is imperfect. The more perfect we are, the gentler and quieter we become towards the defect of others. Africa in recent years has definitely done alot in addressing its innumerable imperfections. Cities like Capetown hosted the world during the world football tournament in Year 2010, our report shows the unique features of the beautiful city, several years after – the demography remains more diverse than ever.
And Unlike what is being propagated in the international media,Jerry Rawlings is dissatisfied with the current state of the nation he ruled for more than adecade. Why? Well, ingrained politicization is clearly still playing its part but, according to our interview with the former military/democratically elected leader, there is more that Ghanaian leaders – past and present, can do to speed up the rate of transformation he envisioned.
In Kampala and elsewhere, openly gay people now have the hangman’s loose tightly wound around their necks – literally. The spate of discrimination against homosexuals in the east African country forms the crux of our focus article. Apart from the ills of African nations like Ghana and Uganda, Africans also fight individual battles with imperfection. The editorial board wasn’t economical with inks and pages to celebrate African heroes like Fela who in death continues to make us all proud with his ageless messages, timeless music and boldness that Broadway couldn’t allow to just go bye.
Africa is also proud of luxurious ‘heavenly’ spas, over whelming colouful traditions like Ndebele, exceptional fashion designers like Gugulam, unique mountainous jungles with magnificent beasts, even as much as it seems its beyond beliefs. This edition of Nomad Africa celebrates Africa’s sojourn en route perfection highway without under reporting its current overwhelming challenges and future prospects. Nomad Africa presents Africa to the ever-busy business wizards who like Harry Porter and lead stars of other movies reviewed in this edition are always on their broomsticks travelling from one place to another, saving the world orchasing love. If Nomad Africa does not inform this unique and highlyinfluential demography about what is going on in Africa, who will? We present how you can make adifference and people that are making tremendous differences on acontinent that has a perfect future that is obscured by several surmountable perfect imperfections.
This article was written by ASHLEY ADDEH