Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph needs your support to build a strong Africa for the betterment of humanity
Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph is the African president of the international parliament for Safety, Peace, Justice and Human Rights commission United Nations in Africa.
In a recent conversation on Whatsap from his base in Cameroun with Queen Kojo of Africa, he talked passionately about his project “to build a strong Africa for the betterment of humanity”. In all likelihood there will be some concern for Ambassadors(Men and women of Goodwill) across the globe who want to support his projects for Africa as they read this article. Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph`s main focus is on "agriculture, trade and education".
However, he laid more emphasis on agriculture which implies, of course, that for him, the question of food manufacturing should be on top of our priority. As the saying goes "A hungry man is an angry man". From the discussion with Queen Kojo of Africa, he made it clear that :"we must ensure there's enough food on the table for every African family". According to him, "A global economic war is at hand due to Covid-19 and after it there will be a global scarcity, meaning shortage of food. Whoever owns Food Owns the World".
In the same paper forwarded to Queen Kojo of Africa, Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph stressed the need for the 54 African countries: a population of 1.3 billion people to be food self-sufficient : "I have a dream and good ideas, and my ideas will be beneficial and workable in Africa for our dear people. With the present situation, I truly feel, with GOD's Divine Guidance, we can already grow and develop Africa in terms of agriculture, trade and education”.
Suffice to say that, Cardinal Prof Dominion draws our attention to altruism, thereby he wants us to be our brothers and sisters keeper in Africa. They need our help !
Queen Kojo of Africa calls on anyone, or international organisations who are interested to work with Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph to leave us a message on our contact page.
HE Baroness Uba Iwunwa