Opinion: Barack Obama’s coming victory and the African alliance for New Order

by Lai Labode

New political leaders will emerge from Africa under a new Alliance called African Alliance For New Order been touted by a new Youth Wing of Africa Largest Political Party called the Peoples Democratic Party Youth Circuit.

And it will come to pass in a time not too distant from the time you read this piece. An African American named Barack Hussein Obama would have been re-elected to preside over the affairs of the world’s only super power for another four years.

Obama would have broken the iron ceiling of the perceived limitations of the black race to lead the world and dented a great crack on the confidence and psyche of those who can’t still see that colors or races should never be the determinant of anything ever again.

Obama’s victory will bring joyous tears to the eyes of millions across the globe and re-establish America as the greatest democracy the world has ever seen. Obama’s victory will be owned by all the people of the world and will spur more cry and agitation for better governance in Africa, South America, Asia and the Middle East.

While I am not the biggest fan of the Chameleo-republican breed that Mitt Romney represents, I expect that Mitt will give an emotional, humble and conciliatory speech that will likely set the tone for a new era of bipartisanship in the united states congress, Mitt would hope his concession speech will take some heat away from coming reviews of his historic campaign policy ‘dance about’ and sometimes shocking dishonesty during the Presidential campaigns.

The Obama economy will soar higher than expected and maintain a hold off on the drag that the EU economy continues to be on the global economy. The EU will move closer to the American answer to the global recession in a bid to save the EuroZone. The impending fiscal cliff will be averted, consumer confidence will shoot up, more manufacturing jobs will be created and the growth of the American economy will reach 3% within the next 24-36 months.

African nations led by Nigeria and South Africa will work harder with the US and China at finding a bigger voice for the continent at the global business round table . African Union will play a bigger role in dissipating the power of extreme Islam as a new frontier of the war on terror opens to full scale in MALI, West Africa in the coming months.

While US aid to Africa may not tumble, emphasis will be more on expanding trade and drive to improve US declining fortune in global competitiveness index.

United States aid to Africa resources will also be channeled at more capacity building and strengthening of democratic institutions in Africa to meet expected pressure by Africans for good governance and forward looking leadership that that can balance African interests with the United States interests for the good of its growing population.

New political leaders will emerge from Africa under a new Alliance called African Alliance For New Order been touted by a new Youth Wing of Africa Largest Political Party called the Peoples Democratic Party Youth Circuit. The African Alliance For New Order will be made of top twenty young political and business leaders from all African countries aged between 18 and 45 years .The group will be supported strongly by the US government to turn a new page for the development of Africa with a focus on research , education ,good governance and stronger African business competitiveness on the global stage.

Fellow citizens of the world and believers in the coming new African order, begin to celebrate the coming victory of a real, genuine and effective partner in the person of President Barack Hussein Obama for another four years in the White house.

God bless you all, God bless All African Nations, God bless the United States of America, and God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Comments (2)

  1. What is this pleeeeeeeeeeeeease? Meaningless balderdash! Maybe femi fani Kayode is right after all.

  2. Rabbish…delusional article…obama is good,but still just another politician

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