World Africa Day celebrates the anniversary of the signing of the OAU (Organization of African Unity) agreements on 25 May 1963. It is an opportunity for each country to organize events in the To promote rapprochement between African peoples.23 May 2015 Africa: a continent of multiple contrasts and opportunities. Where the afro-pessimists see the glass half empty, the Afro-optimists see the glass half full. Indeed, there is an Africa that moves and whose images are not often shown in the media. However, it is important for Africans to understand that the establishment of truly democratic regimes, good governance and the independence of the judiciary are the important principles that must be applied to the long-term settlement of the evils of the continent. Africa is rightly considered as the cradle of humanity, the source of a great number of peoples, languages of religions and traditions. Few Africans are concerned about this, but this May 25th is the World Day of Africa, in memory of the founding congress of the Organization of the African Union, the ancestor of the present African Union. Why the 25th of May? This day celebrates the commemoration of the creation of the Organization of the African Union (OAU) on 25 May 1963 in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, under the patronage of Negus Haile Selassie. At the time, the nascent pan-African organization was aimed at bringing together the 32 states that had just achieved independence. But also to help the peoples who were not yet free to get rid of the colonial yoke. Let's Meet and Break Down the Walls Together.
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