I am a Pan Africanist who believes that African people have a common cultural heritage and historical experience that we must understand if we are to have a clearer sight of our desired destination,’’said Uhuru Kenyatta.
They stand in solidarity and brotherhood with all peoples of the world who are suffering the pain of slavery today.
We condemn the Jihadist groups that are destroying innocent lives on every continent, and their evil ideology which praises and justifies the slavery of thousands of Yazidi women and children in Iraq.
We who are alive today are the ancestors of those yet to be born. They will commune with us, just like we can prayerfully reach back to those who survived the Middle Passage. We need therefore to think like ancestors so that we can shape a bright future for our descendants,’’he added.
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