Weep Not, Africa


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In this book, Dr. Nii Amu Darko proposes a rare template for political economy suitable for the multi-ethnic African state, both in terms of political organization and sustainable economic development.  Essentially, he combines the constitution and manifesto of the African Reform Movement (ARM) into this book as a roadmap for realizing Africa’s arrested potential.  Dr. Darko proposes the creation of the new African with a new mindset that would go on to create a new society based on love, hope and faith. The ARM manifesto is the refreshing plan of action for the revolution to attain the elusive true independence by ending imperialism in all its forms, gain true independents and foster opportunities and prosperity for all.  To paraphrase Nkrumah, Darko expounds the notion that “the independence of Ghana is meaningless unless it is linked with the total liberation of its economy from Finance Capital.”

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Nii Amu Darko

Dr. Nii Amu Darko is a physician by profession and a politician by calling. Born in Osu in 1966, he attended Ghanata, Presec and Korle-bu Teaching Hospital before leaving for South Africa in 1995 for 5 years where he worked as a physician. He subsequently moved to Australia where he currently resides and practices medicine. He founded the Gannawarra Family Clinic and serves as Consultant to several district hospitals in Australia. His exposure to the political systems in South Africa and Australia helped shape his political outlook, leading him to conclude that federalism in Ghana was the best way forward. He devised a new socio-political system called Afremocracy which is rooted in the African principle of “I am because we are”. In his quest to promote good governance in Ghana, he founded the African Reform Movement (ARM), a political movement to mobilize for change.

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