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The Chant of Savant

by Nkwazi Nkuzi Mhango

The chant of savant is a philosophical soliloquy that aims to awaken and chastise Africans to know and fight for their rights vis-a-vis humungous resources Africa is endowed with without benefiting from them. Mhango gawks at, and guesstimates on why many Africans perish in impecuniousness or at sea chasing illusory greener pastures while aliens inundate Africa for the same. Who truly benefits] from/belongs] to Africa, and is at home between those fleeing Africa (home) or living in penury and the aliens and turncoats that enjoy multitudinous opportunities Africa offers aided by crooked and clumsy autarchies? The author depicts the catch-22s and letdowns sundry Africans face and endure at home and abroad telling them to bubbly and unstoppably seek, know, and own their true home, which, philosophically, means many things including its literal meaning of home, dignity, justice, historicity, humanity etc. Therefore, correct answers to a question where's home---are milliard.

ISBN 9789956553914 | 240 pages | 203 x 127mm | 2024 | Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon | Paperback




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