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How do u label this man?

Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Averos, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. Averos

    Averos JF-Expert Member

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  2. St. Paka Mweusi

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    A lawyer,
    A freedom fighter,
    Once a terrorist,as was seen by the rulling whites,
    A hero for his people,
    And now after winning his battle with the white minority and allow them to
    remain in South Africa they regard him as a hero and the most respected
    African.
     
  3. Averos

    Averos JF-Expert Member

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    A man of the people
    father of africa
    great thinker
    philosopher
    mwanamapinduzi wa kweli
    A rational leader
    Professor
     
  4. St. Paka Mweusi

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    I bet to differ with you on the above hi lighted,
    If you dare call him a father of Africa,can you tell
    me what he has done for Africa appart from his country?

     
  5. boma2000

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    one of africa's heroes
     
  6. Shakazulu

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    He has inspired others to fight for their freedom.
     
  7. Averos

    Averos JF-Expert Member

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    I didnt know that being FATHER means doing something to your family, if u dont them tha family has no father!, Okay anawakilisha Africa kwa kuwa kiongozi mweye sifa ulizozitaja.
     
  8. 3D.

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    The wave of his boom is currently reverberating here in Tanzania, at this second in Arusha. Viva Mandela, viva Nelson.
     
  9. Elia

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    Yes i may say an icon of African leaders
     
  10. St. Paka Mweusi

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    My question has not yet been answered,and I ll repeat"What has he done to Africa apart from his own country?"Does he really deserve to be called the father of Africa for something he has done for his own country.
     
  11. Nzi

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    He is one of African heroes. But I usually find it hard to put him in the ranks of Mwalimu and Nkurumah.

    Mandela got famous for being a political prisoner and apartheid fighter in ZA. I don't see his legacy on other African nations. Yes he helped ZA to be where it is now;but still his philosophy and humanity haven't being able to liberate economically and politically other African nations.

    Mwalimu,oh yeah,is the best African leader ever to occur;and he still is the best todate. He liberated most African nations politically and even socially. He and Nkurumah wanted to see a United Africa. Too bad they both didn't live to see that is happening.

    You guys know better. Thus,Mandela is just an African leader who happened to be prisoned for over 20 years,he got sympath for that. But when it comes to his legacy to the rest of Africa,he is just a FORMER SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT.

    That is my opinion. I stand to be corrected.

    AMANDLA.
     
  12. St. Paka Mweusi

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    I ve given you thanks bro,you are more than correct cause people are trying praize him more than he deserve and thats why no body is able to answer my question up to now.

     
  13. boma2000

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    He does not at all deserve to be father of africa. In my view he has doen nothing to the continent apart from teaching africans to love and to unite with enemies and reconciliation a tool for unite
     
  14. Horseshoe Arch

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    Ever fainting World Icon!
    Ever lasting Hero!
    Role model kwa viongozi wanachomaanisha na kusimamia kile wanachoamini!
     
  15. Rapha

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    father of the continent!...
     
  16. Rungu

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    Mandela is an African legend. There are others, of course, but he definitely is one of them.
     
  17. Chauro

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    a hero
     
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