OpEd, Politics

Open letter to former AU ambassador to the USA

By Ajak Diing Deng


Dear Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao,

Warmest wishes and congratulations on your hard work and dedication to your craft. You have spent much of your life helping others, and we thank you for your efforts in making the world a better place.

Madam, may your future be filled with even more successes and joys. We are proud of you and wish you all the best in your push for Africa’s total economic and political independence.

Madam, we are proud of you and your steadfast commitment to securing African total independence from the West. Madam, your unwavering spirit and courage in the face of adversity have been an inspiration for many on the African continent and beyond. Madam, Your tireless work towards a more just and equitable world is an example for all of us.

African total independence is a complex and intricate goal that requires a concerted effort from all of us. The challenges posed by the West are significant, but we are confident that with your leadership and guidance, we can overcome them. Your vision for a future in which all Africans can live in freedom and without fear is shared by many of us.

The journey towards African total independence has already seen significant progress, and we believe that with your commitment and dedication, we can see even greater successes in the future. Your voice is important in this fight and we are thankful for the commitment and courage you have shown in making it heard. As we move forward, we want to remind you that you are not alone in this fight. We are here to support you and to stand behind your work.

We acknowledge that the fight for African total independence is not an easy one and we thank you for your resilience in the face of daunting odds. You have been an advocate for a just and equitable future, even in the face of opposition. You have worked tirelessly to create a better future for all of us, and we thank you for that Madam.

Madam, We also want to thank you for the courage you have shown in speaking out for the voiceless and marginalized people of Africa. Your commitment to speaking truth to powerful countries has been an inspiration to us all. Despite the many obstacles in your path, you have continued to fight for a better future for all of us.

We understand the challenges and sacrifices that come with fighting for African total independence. We are here to help in any way we can. We are here to provide words of encouragement and support when needed. We are here to stand with you in solidarity and to do whatever we can to help you in your efforts.

Madam Dr. Arikana, we have not forgotten about you, and we are here to continue to fight alongside you in this fight for African total independence. We are proud of you and the work you have done, and we will be here to support you for as long as it takes. Madam Arikana, you are indeed a leading figure in the anti-imperialist movement, advocating for the liberation of African nations from colonial and neocolonial forces. You have been working tirelessly to advocate for the African continent, and your work had had a profound impact on the struggles of nations like Niger and Burkina Faso.

The fight against imperialism in Africa is a long and difficult one, but it must not be forgotten. Dr. Arikana, your vision for an independent and self-determined African future is a powerful one, and your efforts to bring it into reality are inspiring. Through your tireless work, you have been able to bring attention to the plight of African nations, and to the need for a decolonization of the continent.

Niger and Burkina Faso, in particular, have been significantly impacted by your work. These countries have long been subject to the exploitative forces of multinational corporations and colonial powers. In Niger, the French influence has been particularly strong, with the government of the country being largely subservient to Paris. In Burkina Faso, the American and French influences can be seen everywhere, from the political system to the language spoken.

Dr. Arikana you have worked hard to raise awareness of the plight of the citizens of these countries and to create an environment in which they can fight against the oppressive forces that have been controlling them for so long. Through your activism Madam, you have been able to bring attention to the need for economic and political independence in Africa, and to the need for African nations to be able to take control of their own destinies.

Dr. Arikana your work has been especially impactful in Niger and Burkina Faso. You have been a powerful voice for the rights of the citizens of these countries, and have been instrumental in creating a more equitable and just society. You have fought for the rights of the people to access education and health care, to be free from exploitation, and to have their voices heard in matters of governance.

We stand in solidarity with you Madam Dr. Arikana and your fight for a free and independent Africa. We recognize your work Madam, and we thank you for your tireless efforts in the anti-imperialist struggle. We are proud to stand with you in our fight for a better future for the people of Niger, Burkina Faso, and Africa as a whole, and we are confident that your work will continue to bring about much-needed change in the continent. We are behind you Madam, Dr. Arikana, in your fight for a better future for the African people.


Supporter of African Total Independence

The writing is not a politician but a concerned African patriotic citizen and can be reached through ajakdiing91@gmail.com.

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