By Lansiné Kaba
In Kwame Nkrumah and the Dream of African Unity, Lansiné Kaba describes the various epic stages of Kwame Nkrumah’s fight for the independence of his state, Ghana, and the solidarity of his continent, Africa. those projects have been colossal, complicated, or even scary. each one separately was promethean in scope, maybe past the capability of a unmarried chief, besides the fact that capable and made up our minds. but, Nkrumah dared to complete them and hence merits a spot one of the nice figures of his international. faraway from being a hagiography or a biography, or an essay at the ideology and international politics of Nkrumah, this paintings follows the adventures of his dream of African team spirit, from the years learning around the Atlantic to the Accra Summit in 1965 and the coup d’état in 1966. Throughout, the research attempts to appreciate the genesis of the dream and the trouble required for its awareness. those discussions care for the problems of implementing a coverage of regrouping self sufficient states right into a continental body.