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I'm an African American who dreamed of living in Africa. While America is my born home, I felt I had a duty to come to Africa and invest. Being on the ground and experiencing African life everyday has been very rewarding but also very challenging. he time has come for Africans to explore opportunities in their homelands, and I look forward to meeting those who have returned from America or Europe to shape a new Africa.
The paradigm shift of European opportunities are now changing with technology being at the center of this new revolution. Africans are now able to take advantage of these new technological resources to earn capital and to develop. I have been living in The Gambia on and off for several years, and many Gambians I talk to, all say the same thing, they want to go to Europe or America to work but they would save their money and also ship things from there to set up business. Others also see the opportunity in real estate and owning land, as land has increasingly become a treasured asset in Africa. Rarely does the international African think solely about remaining in the west, when the needs back home are so many.
There is a stronger future in Africa, when her people decide to come home, and be a part of its development, the brain drain of the 80s and 90s has subsided since technology allows communication and commerce to merge. Today there are many Africans stil taking their chances in the west, however many are discovering that life there is not easy and there remains a fragile line of uncertainty for their overall happiness. We are ready to change that and make Africa our destination source for income, development and investment. It is when we commit to Africa, that we can see that the continent is not a ‘jungle’ or an undeveloped entity, rather it continues to provide various modes of new opportunities if we are diligent.