A Long Stroll
Florence Mbiaasu, author
Throughout history, nations have formed through mutual unity, willful immigration and even geographical isolation. This is not the case for most African countries. Africa's civilization was arrogantly bombarded by western civilization in an attempt to siphon her resources and destabilize the cultural structure of African settlements. The consequences of that colonization will have lingering effects on the continent. The African youth and generations to come will continue to pay a price with their blood or rewrite their own history. Ibitimi Stephens, a concerned statesman, embarks on a journey to fight for a cause: to form a micro nation. His efforts will be sabotaged by his kinsmen, disrupting the kind of future he aspires for his progenies.