By Isaac Eibozele OKOH
Today, the 31st day of October 2018, the Rome section of Correct Connect Africa foundation, commenced one of its major projects of the year, an academic course on Pan-Africanism, its history and philosophy. The activity responds to one of its prime objectives, which is based on the intellectual formation of young Africans and all those interested in having correct information about Motherland, Africa.
The 12-unit course began with an overall introduction, of the different themes to be tackled.
According to a participant “activities like this would allow young Africans to know, appreciate and disseminate the intellectual, political and cultural patrimony left us by our founding fathers.”
Participants were exclusively university students from various universities in Rome.