Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama gave a very emotional speech for the last time as 'leader of the free world' on January 10th 2017 from his hometown in Chicago. His remarks on his legacy and commitment to his Family during these past 8-years in office was a warm reminder of how much this great leader will be missed and remembered. If you missed this passionate speech (for some odd reason), you can watch it now in it's entirety here.
Whether you're an Obama supporter or not, one this is certain; President Obama is and will forever remain a Pan-African icon who gave new life to the Civil Rights Movement with his integrity, his compassion for Africans and for the sheer fact that he was President of the greatest nation in the whole wide world. This legacy - His legacy, is one filled with the audacity of hope and the determination to make each and every global citizen better and more positive in whatever we do. His closing remarks are most touching when he thanks his wife, Michelle Obama and kids for their strength and support throughout his enduring tenure as President. This is one for the history books and we at the Neo-Afrikan Voices and the global Pan-African MOVEMENT/FAMILY of Music Unites Africa will not relent in teaching President Obama's messages of inclusion and togetherness as we strive to MAKE AFRICANS GREAT AGAIN!