After witnessing the peaceful transfer of Power in the United States of America between President Barack Obama and President Donald J. Trump, one is left to ponder on the beauties of democracy and the promises this system of electoral governing holds. The POWER of one-man-one-vote cannot and must not be underrated. The idea that "we" decide the future of our nations is a concept that must be nurtured, taught and preserved in the minds and hearts of the 21st Century Pan-African Youth. The Freedom of our democracy and the pursuit for peace, socioeconomic growth and solidarity should always come first before partisanship. With that said, the Neo-Afrikan Voices reached out to Ambassador A.Y. Adams; the African Youth Ambassador and Founder of the Confederation of All African Youths Worldwide - CAAYW with regards to the current political climate in the Republic of Gambia. This was what the Pan-African life-coach and Youth mentor had to say;
The African Union (AU) is prepared to launch the electronic passport (e-Passport) at the next AU Summit tabled to take place in Kigali, Rwanda, in July 2016. This flagship project, first agreed upon in 2014, falls squarely within the framework of Africa’s Agenda 2063 and has the specific aim of facilitating free movement of persons, goods and services around the continent - in order to foster intra-Africa trade, integration and socio-economic development.