There is an annual competition called “Mister Africa USA” taking place next month that I have decided to participate in.
The Mister Africa Pageant‘s mission is focused on the empowerment of the African community starting with our youth.
As a 32-year-old native of N’djamena, Chad, and graduate of York College, in addition to wanting to terminate Africa’s “eternal pains,” such as the mismanagement of Africa’s resources and corruption, I would like to end homelessness and hunger in Africa.
And with my contributions to an emerging Pan-African platform, such as Face2FaceAfrica, I have always promoted the dignity of my people and recalled our historical achievements with the hopes of sparking an internal “prise-de-conscience.”
I write for a truly independent Africa (socio-economical and political emancipation from England, France, etc.). In fact, below, you can see me discussing this passion:
I also understand that the youth is in dire need of role models. Besides writing poetry and articles on my blog, I am an avid soccer player, which prompted me to start organizing soccer tournaments. These events empower the youth to utilize their skills and be sportive.
I believe that we can change our tomorrow, and through passion, hard work, and unity, we can achieve greatness.
Come and support me and discover my ambitions at the National Black Theater in Harlem on September 4th at the Mister Africa USA competition. Get your tickets online, check out the pageant directly on Facebook, or contact me directly for tickets and encouragement.
See you soon!