“Let the hungry be fed, the naked clothed, the sick nourished, the destitute and the aged protected, and the infants cared for.”

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Alphabetic Africa Timeline: is an independent story telling version compiled from various sources, authored single handedly consulted by a multidisciplinary African group of scholars in the field, mainly to promote and empower the African continent. Revisits moments from the grand political project of the mid-century decolonization and Pan-Africanism envisioned by revolutionaries such as W.E.B Du Bois, George Padmore, Franz Fannon, Osagiefo Kwame N’Krumah and many others as the total liberation of the African continent from European Imperial powers, through the theme of a “United States of Africa”. Memorizes pan-Africanist phylosophers, renowned writers, potteries and essayists such as, Julius Kambarage Nyerere, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Sembane Ousmane, Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka et-cetra.

Alphabetic Africa Timeline provides daily news, analysis and insightful analysis on events concerning the African Continent in A to Z format. It also comprises all Press reviews i.e. Radio, TV, Print press media and Web productions aiming to foster information exchange on the African nation states among media owners and shape up more effective ways to meet the news and information needs of native Africans, the Diaspora, and the international community as a whole.

Alphabetic Africa Timeline version redefines Pre-Independence Historic Events, Africans’ Resistance to European Colonial Rules, Post Independence secessionist rebellions, post-colony Africa territorial claims , Military coups planned by junior army officers and NCOs against the governments, Popular revolutions and murderous uprisings, Crisis of sovereignty in the former Congo Leopoldville and the Biafran civil war in Nigeria worsened by series of interventions, Bloodless military coups, Assassination politics, Abdication, Border disputes, Peaceful power transitions, Combats between Armed Forces, Skirmishes, Conspiracy theory and Secret plans, Foulplays and Fallouts, Intrigues & Political scandals within power circle, Peace initiatives & Peace building efforts, Dialogues, Conflict resolves, Multilateral Foreign Diplomacy, Legitimate media reports, Indepth news analysis, Nile Hydro-politics, Geopolitics, Energy & Hydropower Grids, Human rights concern, Greener activities & Environmental protection, Sociocultural issues, Weather, Human Resource Development, Economy, Demography, Views, Interviews, Opinion, Revelation, Obituary, Diaries analysis, Public speculation & Debates, Diaries updates, Research articles and Key notes, Press statements and releases, focal public headlines, strategic & complex issues in sequence, including Inbox country fact file written on each African nation state at it’s Alphabetic (ALGERIA ZIMBABWE) order, included by a subtitle, “Long March from OAU to AU”: the History, Structure, and Function of the one and only continental organ, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), and its successor organ the African Union Commission (AUC).

Alphabetic Africa Timeline – Take An Overview On The African Continent (The Essential & Complete Guide to the African countries, people and politics) is a chronology i.e. the arrangement of events or dates in the order which they happened, collected version giving a basic information or instructions on African member states. Such volume is an exceptional opportunity to upscale your personal knowledge on to the African continent. It provides daily news, analysis and insightful discussions on events such as Rule of Law & Civility, Illicit Transfer, Human Rights Violations, Political Incarceration, Press Suppression, Stolen Elections, Rule of Thugs, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, Kleptocracy, Corruption , Thugocracy, and Torture s in detention concerning the African Continent in A to Z format.

It also comprises all Press reviews i.e. Radio, Printing press, e-Media (TV) and Web (Online) productions aiming to foster information exchange on the African nation states among media owners and shape up more effective ways to meet the news and information needs of native Africans, Diaspora, and the international community as a whole. Such volume which estimated at about 18, 800+ pages will showcase the rich African culture and all that it has to offer to the Africans in the continent and people of African descent living in various parts of the world without regard to race, social standing, occupation, political or religious beliefs. This also includes such people who are interested in learning about the experience of the vast diversity of the continent ‘s culture. Our collected version “Alphabetic Africa – In Reasonable Depth’ Take An Overview On The African Continent” and the Map folder “A to Z of AFRICA – General Information of African Nation States” will be used for various administrative and academic purposes that we see fit to promote the image of Africa.


“No one deserves to be forgotten!”: In Loving Memory of My late Grandma.

There are many things I’m grateful for, but I’ll name below 3 of them here:

1) I’m very grateful to God for my health, my life, and the favors I receive each day. Though, I praise him once again “Grace God”


2) I’m grateful for my late grandma for inspiring, motivating and bringing the best in me, here
my product “Alphabetic African Timeline” is dedicated to my late beloved Grandma, Mamma Lemlem Gobezie Garay, who passed away on the 7th of August 1980, it’s to honor her concern and proper orientation with overall cares, formal education, and responsible upbringing to the community as a good citizen was appreciable. “My Grandma is a woman like no other. She gave me life, nurtured me, taught me, dressed me, fought for me, held me, shouted at me, kissed me, but most importantly she loved me unconditionally. There are not enough words I can say to describe just how important my Grandma had made to me, and what a powerful influence she continues to be! Let the Almighty God Rests Her Soul”


3) I’m very grateful for my beloved as well as lovely childhood teachers for mentoring me so many valuable lessons, and elderly pre-school, elementary and secondary school friends
and colleagues with whom we sharpen up each other, just as iron sharpens iron, and all the people who have crossed my path and inspired me, I’m passing on the challenge to you.


The Principal Editor would like to seize this opportunity to honor pre-school, elementary,
and secondary school native teachers, foreign nationals of then peace corps of American, Indian and Philipinos volunteers served in the mid-1970s as well as fellow countrymen
as an encouraging examples whose their support was very essential to reshape us all to the
better end. Of course, a sincere embrace also passed to children of the sixties as my hey days kids! Proud to be part and parcel of the sixties! 



Mission Statement

Alphabetic African Timeline, It’s All About Africa!

Alphabetic African Timeline: is a Kenyan based e-Media Edutain (educate/entertain) undertaking established by an Ethiopian national, with further task to empower the African youth.

To address quality Edu e-Learning and e-Teaching Knowledge based content hiring at affordable content hiring prices, whilst side promoting excellence by creating customer and stakeholder values.


Alphabetic African timeline is desirous to provide historic & geographic information on African individual countries through competent academic & digital massmedia edutainment to contribute immensely the African social, economic, and political development by adding access to trusted and acceptable information with professional & ethical commitments through active participation of the African civic groups and the development.


Hence, we invite all responsible Africans and friends of Africa to join us in the above endeavors by sharing thoughts in verbal advice and article contributing basis by joining our African empowerment forums et-al. Let us work together to continue the foundation laid by African founding fathers, and philosophers to build a more united, economically prosperous, and politically stronger Africa.


Here, diaries updates, timeline key notes & events, exchange of views among Africans and non-African friends of Africa in A to Z (ALGERIA – ZIMBABWE) format on matters that would have significant impact on the empowerment of the African continent. This would restore the African continent, one of the largest land masses and population in the globe, secure its rightful place as the cradle of human fossil and the hard fought tradition of a united Africa with a healthy culture of peaceful co-existence.



Alphabetic African Timeline: wishes to see a committed, professional, ethical digital press with farsighted vision to implement democratic governance with respect to human rights and free press in Africa.



To promote and empower the African continent through a responsible and committed digital edutainment platform.


Core Values

Alphabetic African Timeline: is a non-profit organ primarily focuses on educational research by empowering the African continent as a whole here in Norway or elsewhere around the globe together regardless of race, social status, occupation, political or religious beliefs. Alphabetic African Timeline represents values and concepts reflective of African culture and contributive to peace building initiatives and re-enforcement efforts. This also includes people who are interested in learning about and experiencing the vast diversity of the continent’s culture and traditions.


Our goal is to provide a diversity event here in Norway or elsewhere around the globe inspired roots African languages, culture, customs, habits and social life and thus contribute to the cultural life of the Africans as a whole.


Africans future be together due to large continent we share; therefore, it is imperative that we shape the next generation by becoming good citizens to each other, putting humanity before any other differences. This does not mean we give up our national identities, religious beliefs, political persuasions or regional concerns; these are critically important to individuals, communities and societies. Instead, it means caring about our friends, neighbors as we care about ourselves, making sure that the same basic human rights, freedom of expressions and opportunities are available everyone based on citizenship.

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