I’m a 23 year old Pan Africanist who is passionate about the development of Africa and changing the negative narrative of Africa. I believe Unity is the key and that is why I always say UBUNTU - I am, because you are
Abel Merawi is from Addis Ababa. He is an English literature teacher, freelance writer/reporter for Ezega.com and an Amharic-English translator and editor. He also writes for www.msingiafrikamagazine.com. You can reach him via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abigirl Phiri is a Ph.D student in commerce, free-lance writer, poet, International Ambassador of Peace, GBV activist, social entrepreneur, talent manager and an international marketer. More of her work can be found on her Facebook Page: Words are forever.
Mshauri A.K. Tosu is a Jegna of Alkebu-Lan who is committed to the health and strength of minds. In the capacities of leadership and education, on the basis of cultural realities, his teachings provide guidance to understanding and implementing transformational solutions in addressing real-life matters impacting people on a personal and collective level. A.K. Tosu, f.SHr., is multi-specialized in sociology, psychology, physiology, linguistics, and philosophy
Born in Benue state of Nigeria. I consider myself an African enthusiast. I enjoy learning and studying everything in relation to my continent. There is a lot of misinformation in regard to Africa. It is my job to clarify and shine a light towards our untold stories.
Alexis is the founder and CEO of Kakia Oils, a community-interest agribusiness that celebrates the versatility, potency of plant-based oils from the best of African produce to promote wellness for all. The easy-going, adventurous mother of two struggled with eczema into her young adulthood, which she successfully controlled using botanical oils. When she quit formal employment, she pursued her passion for plant-based oils entrepreneurially. She is Christian, a student of nature and a seasoned Social Development Specialist.
He is the Creative Services Director at Prime Specs Wordshop and Chief Editor at El-Berachah Media Channel. He writes from Lagos, Nigeria.
Anselm Adodo is the Director of Africa Centre for Integral Research and Development, Nigeria and founder of Arica's foremost herbal research Institute, the Pax Herbal Clinic and Research Laboratories (Paxherbals). His research interest is Phytomedicine, Taxonomy of African medicinal plants, indigenous knowledge systems, rural community development, Africanized economic models, health policy reform, and education transformation in Africa. Apart from publications in journals, magazines, national dailies and peer-reviewed journals, Anselm has written more than ten books. He is an adjunct visiting lecturer at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, an Adjunct Research Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, a Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Botanists, a Research Associate at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, and an adjunct professor at Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Arvy Ngayaka NgalaNgala from Kongo (DRC) is a 26 year old Marketing Specialist at Signori Armadio & Conceum Technologies. He is also the Head at Zola Bantu a platform that awakens the black conscience for the preparation of the 3rd Civilization of a 1,000 years (Millennium) in the heart of Afrika in the time of Aquarius. Arvy doesn't believe in western Education and thus attends the school of life, and currently holds a degree of 26 years on earth.
Ayoola Levites is a Caterer, Food consultant, Recipe developer, and Addicted foodie based on Lagos, Nigeria. Betay's Kitchen is her teaching arena.
The author is a financial writer, and former finance manager and banker. He is also a long-term blogger on banking and finance and a two-time winner of Kenya’s best business blog. He has engaged with several brands to drive the uptake of their financial and investment products in Kenya. He's passionate about capital markets, farming, aviation, and contributes to initiatives that promote African investments, oversight, travel and road safety in Kenya.
Dr. Brian Clowes has been HLI’s director of research since 1995 and is one of the most accomplished and respected intellectuals in the international pro-life movement. Best known as author of the most exhaustive pro-life informational resource volume The Facts of Life, and for his Pro-Life Basic Training Course, Brian is the author of nine books and over 500 scholarly and popular articles, and has traveled to 70 countries on six continents as a pro-life speaker, educator and trainer.
Chioma Phillips is the Editor of Msingi Afrika Magazine and the host of Msingi Afrika Television. Her hope is to see the Truth shared, with all who will listen, for the transformation of the people and the continent of Afrika - and the world. She believes passionately in the critical role that Afrika and Afrikans have to play on earth right now and hopes to ignite the spark that will cause them to see and believe who they are, so that they can live out their Truest lives for the remainder of their days.
Dr Chukwunyere Kamalu M.Sc(Eng), PhD A professional with an educational and research background in civil engineering and soil conservation, practicing as an accountant (and accounting technician) for over 20 years in the London not-for-profit sector. He worked as a Civil Engineer for the Nigerian Federal Government and is currently serving in the voluntary role of Chair of the Society of African Earth Scientists. Chukwunyere has an amateur interest in number theory and works a finance administrator in London.
David M. Jones is a counselor and lecturer at Africa Nazarene University, Nairobi, Kenya.
Deji is a Multi-channel media executive with almost 3 decades experience in the TV broadcast industry, he is also a male resource person with focus on emotional male dysfunction. He is involved in male advocacy in collaboration with various men networks in Nigeria. Deji writes from Lagos, Nigeria.
Dillys P. Mundrugo is an ICT consultant with a passion for conducting research and implementation of practical tech solutions for businesses. She is currently involved in rolling out OpenEA instant online store solutions for businesses, a product that enables the setup and management of easy-to-use e-commerce solutions for stores, restaurants and food deliveries.
Douglas Mboweni is the current Chief Executive Officer of Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. He was the successor to Econet Founder, Strive Masiyiwa in March 2002 and has been at the company's helm since then. Douglas has more than 20 years of senior management experience in the Information Technology and Telecommunications industry. He was also part of the team that spearheaded Econet's entry into the international mobile markets, including in Botswana, and Nigeria, one of Africa's largest mobile markets. Since taking over, Mboweni has overseen the growth of the largest telecoms company in the country, and one of the largest companies by revenue and profit in Zimbabwe. This is a unique case in Africa, where the leading telecoms company is usually foreign-owned.
Ejuchegahi A. Angwa is an interdisciplinary scholar of African descent. He holds degrees and a postgraduate diploma in Journalism, Education, Philosophy, Theology, Sociology and Religious Studies. He believes in the advancement and remaking of post-colonial Africa and that Africa can and should take her rightful place in the 21st century.
Author, menstrual health and endometriosis ambassador, conversation-starter, trainer, wife and mom.
Professor of Business and Management / Director Institute of Entrepreneurship & Business Development, School of Business, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO, USA
Fr. Shenan J. Boquet has served as president of Human Life International since 2011. He was ordained in 1993 as a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Louisiana. As HLI’s president, Fr. Boquet collaborates with fellow laborers in the pro-life and family movement in over 80 countries, offering the Sacraments, giving seminars and trainings, appearing on numerous media outlets, and encouraging people of all walks of life to live as faithful advocates for a Culture of Life and Love.
Lawrence Freeman is a Political-Economic Analyst for Africa, who has been involved in economic development policies for Africa for over 30 years. He is the creator of the blog: lawrencefreemanafricaandtheworld.com. Mr. Freeman’s stated personal mission is; to eliminate poverty and hunger in Africa by applying the scientific economic principles of Alexander Hamilton
GRAIN is a small international non-profit organisation that works to support small farmers and social movements in their struggles for community-controlled and biodiversity-based food systems
Founder Director; God Approved Lifestyle Trust. Executive Board Chairman; Chitowa Residence Association Trust. A Vibrant Advocate for Humanitarianism. A Vibrant participant of; The Food Revolution Network. The need to Grow. Soil regeneration.
Isabella Baird is a passionate enthusiast for all things natural & healthy for the Mind, Body & Soul. She is committed to help people maximize their full potential mentally, spiritually & physically by imparting knowledge of natural health that she herself has come to gain through her life’s journey. She is a self-taught chef with over 25 years experience in the hospitality industry where she did her training in Denmark as a professional waitress & gained experience from working in 3 star Michelin restaurants. She loves the art of service excellence in all she does & is in her element when serving others whether it is cooking up a delicious storm using readily available natural ingredients that heals the body to helping people pursue their dreams.
John Kuada is Emeritus Professor of International Management at Aalborg University, Denmark. He holds two doctorate degrees – PhD from Copenhagen Business School in Business Economics, and a higher doctorate (Dr Merc) from Aalborg University in International Business. He has extensive experience as business consultant and training advisor in areas of management, marketing and cross-border inter-firm relations in many European and African countries. He is author and/or editor of 25 books on management. He has also written over 100 articles in scholarly and professional journals on a wide range of international business issues including entrepreneurship, international marketing, intercultural management, leadership and strategy.
Jomo Kwame Sundaram was Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development in the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), (Honorary) Research Coordinator for the G24 Intergovernmental Group on International Monetary Affairs and Development and Assistant Director-General and Coordinator for Economic and Social Development at the FAO. In 2007, he was awarded the Wassily Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought. Jomo has authored over 35 monographs, edited over 50 books and translated 12 volumes besides writing many academic papers and articles for the media.
John Igbokoyi is a 4th year engineering student at the University of Victoria in Canada, where he is majoring in electrical engineering, and minoring in mechanical systems, backed up by courses to strengthen his business acumen. He is involved in the stock market, as well as projects in the aerospace industry, and energy sector. He has spent time studying and understanding applicable knowledge necessary for the sustainable development of the infrastructure and economy of a society, for progress and most importantly socio-economic benefits. He believes that one must at all costs pursue that which they believe they are destined to do; with dedication, focus, and commitment, and the relentless pursuit of all that is good, anything is possible.
Do. Jack Githae is a professional FAO and UNDP trained and accredited agricultural researcher, practitioner and consultant and a WHO accredited African Traditional medicine researcher, practitioner and consultant.
Keith Lizinde is a 21 year old Pan Africanist who is fighting for a self sustaining Africa that can operate and function on her own. “I believe making Africa self sustainable is a key fight for us as young people and most importantly the next generation.” He says.
LLB (Hons) LLM(NB) LLM (Harvard) An advocate of the High Court of Kenya, and the Governor of Meru County, Kenya.
A Kenyan visual scribe, storyteller using words and images to connect all aspects of life. She powers from faith to food, health, nature in ways that encourage viewers and readers to find balance in life through its connectivity. PASSION FOR THE ART Passionate about telling HIStory of hope, love and family.
Feedback and powerful insights shared by readers of Msingi Afrika Magazine and viewers of Msingi Afrika TV.
Lorraine is a Kenyan creative writer living and working in Nairobi. She is passionate about giving an accurate context to her environment, through fiction, poetry or fact.
Maagu Karuri is a software developer with a passion for Afrika. He considers himself a student of Afrikan culture, firmly believing that true emancipation only comes when one practices their own culture. He is constantly researching different aspects of day-to-day in order to obtain a holistic Afrikan mind.
Is a practicing Kenyan journalist who is passionate about telling African stories that demonstrate its universal prowess. I aspire to be an influential and established financial coach, which will well help me educate my fellow Africans on reasonable practices that would ensure economic soundness and sanity for Africa. I write as a hobby and as a profession. I'm typically an Africanist championing for a better Africa today and in the days ahead.
Dr. Bhengu is an Independent Researcher on Afrikan philosophy, Afrikology and Egyptology. He is an established and experienced author, self-publisher and managing director of Phindela Publishing Group & Editor-in-Chief of INQABA Journal, a quarterly publication that specializes on Afrikology. He describes himself as an Afrikan of Nguni (Zulu) extraction, but then a global citizen. Black, but being in total fusion with the world, in sympathetic affinity with the Earth... “I am black not because of a curse, but because my skin has been able to capture all cosmic eluvia. I am truly a drop of the sun under the earth.” He says.
Madei Mangori has over 36 years of experience as an organizational and management development expert in Southern Africa mainly based in Gaborone Botswana. He turned academic in 2015 after obtaining a PhD in Business Management from Aldersgate College in the Philippines. He has published a book and co-authored another. All are available on Amazon. He is a founding member of Mentoring African Research Network (www.resanet.org). He is also the co-ordinator for business and contextual ministry and is currently leading the team working for the accreditation of Botswana Bible Training Institute into a multi-disciplinary tertiary institution operating in four countries in Southern Africa.
Her mother befriended him with books and knowledge since his childhood. With such moral guidance, her son chose to be a curious being that started to put a pen on paper in his early age. He then devoted all his life in prolific workings from the moment he became conscious with the sweetness of words that knocked his head. As he refills the ink in his mighty pen, love opens a Calvary part of his heart’s door and let art light his way home where he was named NORBERT MPOROTO. And now he is a Poet and Author.
Mae-Wan Ho, B. Sc. Hon. (First Class) and Ph. D. Hong Kong University, Director of Institute of Science in Society (www.i-sis.org.uk) was best known for pioneering work on the physics of organisms and sustainable systems presented especially in The Rainbow and the Worm, The Physics of Organisms (1993, 1998, 2008) and Living Rainbow H2O (2012), and for which she was awarded the 2014 Prigogine Medal. A prominent critic of neo-Darwinism and genetic determinism, Mae-Wan was among the first to warn of the dangers of genetic modification in Genetic Engineering Dream or Nightmare? (1997, 1998, 1999, reprint with extended introduction, 2007). She was frequently asked to advice governments, non-government organizations and international agencies and to speak on a range of issues including GMOs, sustainable agriculture, circular economy, and renewable energies. A visual artist as well as scientist, Mae-Wan curated and exhibited in two art/science/music festivals, the latest (Colours of Water, 2013) to raise public awareness on the depletion and pollution of water resources, and the importance of conservation and sustainable use. She published more than 170 scientific papers, 16 books, and over 700 popular articles across the disciplines.
Natasha Fuyane is a writer and podcaster. Natasha provides social & political commentary on African issues.
Organic Farmer/ Green Energy Expert A father, a husband and a son of God. He runs Viro Mental Ltd, a renewable energy and organic farming business. He ran a Solar and power solutions business for the last 12 years. In 2013 He answered God’s call to be a farmer and embarked on a learning process that has led to him seeking to be a qualified trainer in Farming Gods Way. PASSION FOR THE ART I love farming and green energy I am passionate about doing it in God’s way.
Njeri is an authentic, courageous and trustworthy Leadership Curator i.e. Coach, Teacher & Speaker. She takes Leaders on a coaching journey of rediscovering themselves and as a result they get clarity on their Purpose and are Transformed from Leaders into Agents of Change.
Nomkhumbi Mkhize is a Canadian-born South African with a Zulu background. While studying to be an herbalist for over ten years, she became a certified medicinal herb farmer in 2020. She has achieved her certificate as a Doula with the Nesting Doula Collective specialising in BIPOC women and babies. She is now studying to be an acupuncturist with the desire and intention of creating a holistic healing clinic in the future. In conjunction with her current skills and experiences, she plans to bring health and wellness to her community. She is currently residing in Victoria, British Columbia Canada with her son.
Olisaeloka PJ Okocha is a life-long learner and entrepreneur, and committed to Pan-African unity and building a self-sufficient continent through agricultural innovation. A window into his mind can be found on his twitter handle @PJOkocha
Naomi is a writer and a much sought-after Swahili tutor who loves helping students of all ages and enjoys the challenge and reward of hearing them speak Swahili with confidence.
Hi, Am The Organic Guy and welcome to my world! I envision a world where mankind is living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, Organically. I have now made it my mission to ensure you are upto date on information, News and Trends in the organic world, to empower you to make informed decisions with matters regarding organic.
PD Lawton is a South African writer and researcher, committed to the restoration of Africa to its rightful place in the world.
Robert Macharia is a mentor, trainer and writer bearing adequate experiences in business development and brand management success.
Robert Mwangi is the Author of the book DOLLAR ALTAR. He is a Clinician with Bachelor of Science in Nursing and also holds an MBA in Finance.
He is a transdisciplinary scholar interested in restorative cultural practices as well as the role indigenous knowledge systems play in the administration of justice in Africa. Educated at Stanmore, he read Politics at Middlesex for his undergraduate degree and Human Rights for his postgraduate at Bickbeck College. He holds two further postgraduate degrees in Ethics and in Public Administration from Nairobi. Wanda is very interested in how knowledge is generated and applied in relation to community development. His current research interests cover: Restorative democracy in Eastern Africa; Afrikology; Community Sites of Knowledge and Indigenous knowledge systems; Epistemology, Ethics and Culture. email@example.com
Rutendo Bereza Matinyarare was born in Zimbabwe but he lives in South Africa. He studied marketing and project management, but now works as a full time Afrikan social engineer. His life's creed is captured in his words: "As a man I seek to die having fulfilled my destiny to humanity, not having consumed much.”
Samuel Phillips is a writer, graphic designer, photographer, songwriter, singer and a lover of God. As an Afrikan content creator, he is passionate about creating a better image and positive narrative about Afrika and Afrikans. He is a true Afrikan who believes that the true potential of Afrika and Afrikans can manifest through God and accurate collaborations between Afrikans. Afrika is the land of kings, emperors, original wisdom, ancient civilizations, great men and women and not some road-side-aid-begging poor third world continent that the world finds joy in undermining.
Shibero Akatsa is a certified Clinical Psycotherapist, cultural enthusiast and creative artist.
Solomon Kibriye is an Ethiopian American who currently lives in New York City. He writes on historic topics and runs the Tarik Amba Podcast and Videocast on Ethiopian History and Culture. He can be reached on https://www.facebook.com/skibriye and also on this Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ethiopiansforconstitutionalmonarchy
Passionate about getting God's message concerning Afrika and the end times to the world, in order to heal, restore and rebirth Afrika to her true purpose and destiny in God.
Dr. Tony Bradley is a Business Sustainability lecturer, Social Enterprise & Innovation at Liverpool Hope University, and Centre Director, Social and Economic Action Research Centre (SEARCH) at Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK.
Walter is the Managing Partner and Senior Legal Consultant at Owaga and Associates Advocates. Walter has over 12 years of broad experience in Commercial Litigation, Corporate Law, Legal Advice, Intellectual Property, Legal Research, Legal Writing, Corporate Governance, Civil Litigation, Legal Compliance, Due Diligence, Employment Law, Mediation, among others.
Professor Wan Manan Muda is Visiting Professor at Alma Ata University in Jogjakarta, Indonesia. He was Professor of Public Health and Nutrition at Universiti Sains Malaysia, and long active in Malaysian university reform efforts.