Issue 6 of Journal on African Philosophy is published.
The leading article of the issue is by Professor Nkiru Nzegwu on the late prominent scholar, Felicia Ekejiuba on Igbo political ontology. The next article is by Lecturer Grivas Muchineripi Kayange on Modern African Nationalistic-Ideological Philosophy in Malawi. He is followed by Lecturer Anke Graness on the work of the fame Henry Odera Oruka and global justice. Next is an article by the Professor Susan Babbitt on José Martí and Che Guevara revolutionary love. Rounding off the article section are Professor John L. Jackson and Professor Dosinda Alvite on the late influential
broadcaster Petey Greene. In the poetry section are poems by Jide Uwechia. The first poem is on The African Beatitudes, and the second are several poems on Africa awake. Finally, Professor Charles Peterson film reviews on Berlin 1885: The Division of Africa, Where Are You Taking Me? and Booker’s
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