Adetwerɔ a yɛfrɛ no: “Haiti, Morocco and the AU: A Case Study on Black Pan-Africanism vs. anti-Black continentalism” na ɛkasa afa sɛdeɛ nsonsoneɛ wɔ hɔ wɔ deɛ yɛfrɛ no “All-Africanism” ne “Pan-Africanism” ntam. Berɛ a yɛka sɛ “All-Africanism” ɛkyerɛ sɛ yɛpɛ sɛ Arabfoɔ a wɔ to hyɛ yɛn so ka deɛ ɛsɛ sɛ ɛyɛ Abibiman ho. Nananom bi wɔ hɔ a ɔɔmo ka sɛ ɛsɛ sɛ Arabfoɔ ka yɛn ho, ɛfiri sɛ ɔɔmo wɔ Abibiman mu. Ase kyerɛ sɛ baabi a nnipa wɔ na ɛkyerɛ baabi a yɛfiri.

Sɛ yɛka sɛ “Pan-Africanism”, ɛkyerɛ sɛ abibifoɔ nko ara na wɔtumi ka Abibiman ho. Ɛnyɛ abibifoɔ a wɔ wɔ Abibiman nko ara, ɛyɛ abibifoɔ a wɔ wɔ baabi ara wɔ wiase, a wɔpɛ wɔn ho fahodie ne yiedie.

Berɛ a Haiti na wɔpɛ sɛ wɔka “AU” no ho, a ɛte sɛ Abibiman Nkabom kuo, ɔɔmo amma kwan. Nanso berɛ a Morocco ka wɔn ho, ɔɔmo ama kwan. Ɔɔmo hwɛ hwan na wɔwɔ Abibiman mu, na ɛnyɛ deɛ ɔɔmo reyɛ. Haiti na wɔkoo ma wɔn fahodie. Wɔn nti na asasepɔn bebree a wɔwɔ Abibiman mu ne baabi foforɔ wɔ wɔn fahodie. Morocco na wɔ da so to hyɛ nnipa so bɛkɔ si nnɛ. Ɛyɛ sɛ yɛgyina “Pan-Africanism” so, ɛfiri sɛ wɔn a wɔde saa adwene baeɛ na wɔyɛ nnipa a wɔwɔ amanɔne a wɔte aseɛ sɛ Abibiman yɛ Abibifoɔ nko ara wɔ baabi ara. Ɛnni sɛ yɛpia wɔn kɔ.