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The needy ones for human rights, take action, so say the Asian, the Hispanic, the Jew, the African, the European, the American, the Catholic, the Muslim, the French, the Greek, the Irish, the Rabbi, the Priest, the Sheikh, the Gay, the Straight, the Preacher, the privileged, the homeless, the Teacher, the needy ones. They hear, they all hear the speaking of the human right, the freedom, the females, the trader, the empowerment, the money, the poverty and PEP Forum join the discussion.

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The needy ones for human rights, take action, so say the Asian, the Hispanic, the Jew, the African, the European, the American, the Catholic, the Muslim, the French, the Greek, the Irish, the Rabbi, the Priest, the Sheikh, the Gay, the Straight, the Preacher, the privileged, the homeless, the Teacher, the needy ones. They hear, they all hear the speaking of the human right, the freedom, the females, the trader, the empowerment, the money, the poverty and PEP Forum join the discussion.

    Africa: Bobi Wine - 2019 - Jamaica

    Africa: Bobi Wine - 2019 - Jamaica

    Mr. Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine thrilled the crowed at Rebel Salute Festival on January 18 and 19, 2019, at Grizzly's Plantation Cove located in St Ann Parish, Jamaica. The event, considered one of the biggest music festivals in Jamaica, is organized by Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall songs, Tony Rebel and its focus is on Reggae roots and deliberate music.



    Because of his educational music and the lyrical speech, during his performance one of the unspoken rebel salute pioneers had come to come and congratulated on how the music was performed and for what he is doing for Africa and Uganda in particular.

    Tuko pamoja: be confident of our fellowship ......... 

    • 46 min
    Africa: Oliver Mtukudzi - Neria - Tuku

    Africa: Oliver Mtukudzi - Neria - Tuku

    Today we lost a true African patriot: Africa's and Zimbabwe's most iconic musicians died on January 23, 2019. Simply rest in peace "Tuku" - RIP.

    The voice of Oliver Mtukudzi has given us comfort and will remain with us for generations, and his career ranging from white minority ruled Rhodesia to majority-led Zimbabwe, and series of hits across Africa and international along with several African musicians he become a nation builder: where it was necessary to criticize, he would, and where it was necessary to praise, he would.

    • 5 min
    Africa: The Voice of President Museveni - Kwezi Kwezi

    Africa: The Voice of President Museveni - Kwezi Kwezi

    President Museveni holds a secure place in the politics of Africa's leaders, but it can be argued that Uganda never quite served M7 the way he deserved - the best examples of his brilliance can be easiest found on and among Ugandan comics, musicians with sense of cash: God always gives his best to those who leave the choice with him.

    • 2 min
    Africa: The Voice of President Museveni - another rap

    Africa: The Voice of President Museveni - another rap

    M7 a true african legend, no matter what don't be the same, be better. 

    • 2 min
    Africa: The Voice of Professor Patrick Lumumba

    Africa: The Voice of Professor Patrick Lumumba

    It's deep and fills Africa with hope, the hook is on the point with words that motivate:  this man is a role model 

    • 1 min
    Africa: nuclear for Africa

    Africa: nuclear for Africa

    Nuclear for Africa by: President Yoweru Kaguta Museveni : Why nuclear energy should be part of Africa’s energy mix ? 

    Africa has the least nuclear power of any continent in the world. All the largest economies in the world have nuclear power as part of their energy mix.

    There are three reasons why African countries should pursue the nuclear power option as part of their energy mix. The first is the continent’s dire energy crisis. Secondly, Africa derives most of its energy from fossil fuels. These are finite and nonrenewable and dwindling in supply. Thirdly, nuclear energy can help countries meet targets under the Paris Agreement to reduce carbon emissions. Nuclear can help them reach that goal because carbon emissions linked to nuclear-powered energy are relatively small. In addition, supply is reliable and prices stable and predictable.

    Energy supply on the continent is critically low. There are also the challenges of lack of access, poor reliability and high costs. A rising population, growing middle class and growing urbanisation would mean more energy is needed for domestic and industrial purposes.

    Energy is also critical to the socioeconomic well-being of the majority of poor Africans and Africa’s agenda for sustainable development. Nuclear energy has the potential to mitigate these burdens by contributing to the continent’s energy mix.

    • 4 min

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