This book is a review of the book "The pan-Africanist idea by Obiang Nguema" which was published by a group of African researchers. Through this review, the author invites African scholars to support the Pan-Africanist initiatives of the Equatorial Guinean leader and several other deserving leaders of the African cause through their systematic commitment to African universities and society. He also hopes that this book can be a source of inspiration for the other Heads of State and the actors of the various Pan-African institutions. This is the substance of a work that reads as a living testimony of a pharaonic work that should serve as an example, source of inspiration and stimulus for other African leaders. This work, part of the Pan-African-Action paradigm, makes President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, a Pharaoh Builder of the African Renaissance.

The author

Prof KALAMBA NSAPO is Dean of the Faculty of Intercultural Studies in Brussels and a member of the Consortium of Academicians who recently elevated President Obiang Nguema Mbazogo to the rank of Grand Protector of Scientific Research. Holder of a doctorate in theological sciences from the Catholic University of Louvain and a graduate in philosophy, he conducts research in theology, religious anthropology, interculturality, African religions, sociology, historiography, African literature. He is a Research Fellow at the African University Institute for Prospective Studies, based in Kinshasa, and author of several books, articles and scientific papers.

Details of the book

Title : OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO : Le pharaon bâtisseur de la renaissance africaine Un exemple de « Panafricanisme-Action »
Editor : Editions Cheikh Anta Diop
Collection : Caytou 1923 , N°4
ISBN-13 : 978-9956-657-31-X
Language : French
Number of pages : 160
Size : 21,5 X 30,9 cm
Publication date : June 04, 2018
Price : Africa : 7500 / 11,44 € - Out of Africa : 10.000 / 15,25 €
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