Monday, July 13, 2009

"African Blood" Saved Obama From Scrutiny in Ghana

Ombuya E. Okong'o   argues that Obama, in his policies towards Africa, is no different than his predecessors. He says because of Obama's ancestry, Africans have failed to ask tougher questions, and have a very narrow definition of their expectations of him. In his criticism of the continent, Obama is as patronizing as they come.

Do you agree? Read more, and engage.