One Africa One Voice!
The First Pan-African Political Party Transcending Boundaries
The history of Africa has always been written by people who are not even African; we must take ownership of our problems and solutions and write our own story. Africa needs to regain its economy, its politics, its culture, its languages and all its patriots.
We must unite now! United, we will forge a political union oriented towards the defence of the entire continent, common goals in foreign affairs and diplomacy, as well as a common citizenship, an African currency, a monetary zone and a central bank. We must unite to achieve the total liberation of our continent now.
Join us today on this move to rediscover Africa.
The African Continental Unity Party (ACUP) is a global movement whose vision is to rebuild Africa as a global powerbase in this 21st century.
ACUP's mission is to transform the movement into a political party in every African country and to train a new generation of leaders who will lead Africa towards its total liberation and reconstruction. The new leaders we are training through our educational institution (Free-Minded Pan-African Academy) will be able to eradicate corruption and defend the interests of ordinary Africans.
Our Pan-African ideology will ensure that our vast resources are used to build Africa with you, creating employment opportunities for young people across Africa. ACUP will work with you to ensure that basic needs such as good education, good nutrition, health and safety of all Africans are met.
ACUP stands for:
Africa has built for others, now we build for ourselves.
The enlightened ones never stop forging themselves.
Nature and knowledge. One day an elderly man in Africa was chatting with a young man, he (the elder) asked him, what do you see? I see the houses, the birds and people, answered the young man. The elder insistently asked him again, what do you see young man? The young man replied I see […]Continue reading
THE PROBLEM WITH AFRICA An African man was given the opportunity to ask for anything he wants. The condition was that, whatever he gets, his brother would receive double. He thought about asking for a house; but he did not like the thought of his brother having two houses. So he thought about asking for […]Continue reading
To educate the African child of tomorrow, it is often necessary to teach him/her the value of other peoples. A British lieutenant general, Sir Fredrick Stanley Maude, was commissioned to conquer Baghdad in 1917. On his arrival in Iraq, he encountered a shepherd and his flock in a field, he asked his translator to offer […]Continue reading