African century journal ISSN 2514-5673
‘I am a man, nothing human is alien to me‘ – Terence the African.
This peer-reviewed journal was started in 1999 at the dawn of the 21st Century.
This September 2020 issue is our tenth of the relaunched journal.
Covid-19 has impacted us all. In an earlier issue we published an article about Covid-19 and ‘race’ and how the matter under discussion is criminal behaviour by health administrators. We also addressed the issue of 4IR and AI in Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. We addressed the issue that it is not inevitable that Africa should be behind.
It never ceases to surprise how Western academics pretend to be colour bind when their texts are anything but colour blind. This is self deception on an epic scale and we take Professor Skidelsky to task.
There was a conference at the University of Ibadan honouring Prof Ade-Ajayi (one of the founding members of our editorial board). A paper presented at the conference discussing the importance of philosophy to the work of African historians is presented.
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