My fellow Africans,

Today, I stand before you with a heart heavy with grief and a soul burdened by the anguish of a nation in turmoil. Congo, our beloved Congo, is bleeding. Its soil, drenched with the blood of innocent lives lost, cries out for justice. Yet, amidst the deafening silence of indifference, Congo’s plight remains overlooked, ignored, and forgotten.

But I refuse to stand idly by as our brothers and sisters suffer. I refuse to accept the status quo of neglect and apathy. It is time for us to rise, to make our voices heard, and to demand change. It is time for Africa to make noise like never before.

Congo is not alone in its suffering. From the hills of Rwanda to the plains of Sudan, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the remote villages of Mozambique, our continent is rife with injustices that cannot be ignored any longer. We cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the suffering of our people, to the cries of our children, to the struggles of our communities.

We must make noise, my brothers and sisters. We must raise our voices in unison, like a mighty chorus echoing across the savannahs and the deserts, reverberating through the valleys and the mountains. We must make noise until the world can no longer ignore our pain, until our cries for justice reach the farthest corners of the earth.

But making noise is not enough. We must also take action. We must stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Congo and across Africa. We must support organizations and initiatives that are working tirelessly to bring relief and aid to those in need. We must hold our leaders accountable and demand that they take meaningful action to address the root causes of our suffering.

My fellow Africans, the time for silence is over. The time for complacency is past. The time for action is now. Let us come together as one, let us make our voices heard, and let us stop the bleeding of our beloved Congo. Together, we can make a difference. Together, we can build a brighter future for all Africans.

“There is no much sense in building Africa in sovereign States, independent of each other for we know that it is from our union and from it alone, that we shall draw sufficient strength to assert ourselves in the world.”

– François Tombalbaye, former President of the Republic of Chad

Imagine for a moment the incredible power and influence we possess when we stand together as one united force. Can you fathom the unstoppable might we would become? It is within our grasp to transform our continent, to shape a future where peace, justice, and prosperity reign supreme.

But let us be honest with ourselves. Our leaders have failed us. They have turned deaf ears to our cries, blind eyes to our suffering. They have ignored our pleas for change for far too long. It is time for us to make them listen. It is time for us to rise up, to raise our voices in unison, and demand the change we so desperately need.

My brothers and sisters, I implore you to join me in making noise. Make noise until they can no longer ignore us. Make noise until they have no choice but to acknowledge our grievances and take action. From Egypt to Ethiopia, from South Africa to Nigeria, from Kenya to Ghana, let our voices ring out loud and clear.

We are tired of the senseless killings, the rapes, the wars that ravage our beloved continent. Angola, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Libya – make noise! Let them hear the cries of our children, the anguish of our mothers, the despair of our fathers.

Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mozambique, Morocco, CONGO – make noise! They are killing us for our minerals, exploiting our resources while we suffer. America, please make noise! We cannot fight this fight alone. We are weary, but we will not rest until our voices are heard.

Africa, my beloved continent, let us come together as one. Let us make them hear us. Let us make them see us. Let us make them know who we are and why we are here. Together, we are a force to be reckoned with. Together, we will not be silenced.

Make noise, my brothers and sisters. Make noise until they hear us. Africa, make them hear us!