For so long, Africa has remained at the mercy of foreign donors and the so-called “development partners” for survival – a situation that has reduced many African countries to vagabonds. Perennial hunger, poor infrastructure and lack of basic amenities have been the true nature of the African continent since independence.
But with the continued enlightenment of the African people, the narrative is slowly changing and more people are now yearning for a more developed, self-sufficient Africa. This desire to overcome the existing challenges has given birth to a new narrative of the African renaissance.
Many African leaders have accepted to pursue this concept, both individually and collectively. Here are some of the bold Presidents leading the dream for an African renaissance.