Inviting Africans Across the Continent and Diaspora to Celebrate Africa Day 2022
Prof. William Jackson and Amb. Edoseghe Prince Erhahon
ONE AFRICA FORUM is Inviting Africans Across the Continent and Diaspora to unify to celebrate Africa Day 2022 with a writing contest. Writing is still one of the most influential forms of communication and connection humans share globally. Even during these digital times emails have quickly passed billions sent and received each day.
The electronic mail (or simply email) was invented by Ray Tomlinson in the 1960s, and as technology has grown so has the ability to send and receive email. It is estimated that over 300.5 billion emails are sent and received each day. The access to email is free with Gmail having 1.8 billion accounts globally. Interesting enough with mobile communication being easily accessible 53%
of all emails are mobile using smartphones.
Voice is the first, writing comes in many forms and fashions. Early writing was hand drawn artwork that told a story, sharing dreams, events and historical happenings.
Early writings can be seen in caves globally as man started to tell his/her story of family, friends, discoveries, creativity, and innovation. Email for personal use and digital marketing to reach the African customer has been gaining in popularity as more and more businesses look to expand in the African markets that are applying more technologies.
The building of African digital infrastructures, satellite access and growing
and stable Wifi is happening quickly. Many Africans do not know there is already an African continent digital fiber line that provides high speed access
around Africa that is available. YouTube video of African interent access
One Africa Forum brings to the continent a “Continental Essay Writing
Competition” Application for entries into the “Continental Essay Writing
Competition” is currently open for young Africans under the age of 35.
On 25 May 1963, Africa made history with the foundation of the Organization
of African Unity (OAU) the precursor to the African Union (AU). Africa Day is
intended to celebrate and acknowledge the successes of the Organization of
African Unity (OAU now the AU) from its creation on May 25, 1963, in the fight against colonialism and apartheid.
Looking at the progress that Africa has made while reflecting upon the
common challenges that the continent faces in a global environment and
global economy. The annual commemoration of Africa Day marks the
founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in 1963.
The official Unity Day Africa Day 2022
This celebration is to bring recognition to the unity, cooperation and
collaborations to build Africa into a global economic influencer by its
own terms and conditions, to end colonialism, apartied permanently,
and build peace and cooperation to meet the needs of all African people
on the continent of Africa without relying on outside help.
1. Critically evaluate the role of the rule of law in the pursuit of Africa’s
economic and political stability in last six decades.
Substantiate your answers with relevant case materials
Continental Essay Writing Competition
Application for entries into the Continental Essay Writing Competition is
currently open for young Africans under the age of 35.
All entries must be sent to the email:
– Entry for this competition closes on Tuesday 24 May 2022 at
18:00 hours GMT+2.
– Winners will be announced during the African Youth Summit
– A Certificate of award will be issued to the top 3 winners
– Winners will published on our website and their photos on a
Spatial.io site to recognize their accomplishments.
– Recommendation in the essays will be included in the final
draft of One Africa Forum proposal to the AU ahead of 60th Africa
day celebration in 2023 as the “The Africa we want”
– Winners will automatically get free registration to the African Youth
Conference hosting in South Africa in December 2022
Any questions can be directed to Amb. Edoseghe Prince Erhahon
Leader and Visioner, email@example.com, (+) 27 61 603 4705
This competition is sponsored by William Jackson of My Quest To Teach