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Dan Ojowa, a Kenyan businessman admonish Julius Malema to try hard to unite Africa.

Dan Ojowa, a Kenyan businessman, suggested to Julius Malema that they do this.

Dan Ojowa, the founder, chairman, president, and chief executive officer of The Ojowa Empire, which he founded in 2008 after completing his undergraduate business studies, recently took to Twitter to suggest to the president of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, that they unite the African continent and turn it into an empire.

The concept of a unified African continent has existed for years. And during the years when the continent was still subject to colonialism, African leaders advocated for the continent's union so that Africa could speak with one voice. Numerous movements, including the Pan African movement, advocated for the union of the African continent.

Dan Ojowa, a Kenyan businessman, appears to be in favor of reviving the concept of a unified Africa, as he urged to Julius Malema that they unite the African continent. Those who have followed the political career of the well-known South African politician Julius Malema will recall that he has spoken extensively about the unity of the African continent.

And he has advocated for an Africa without borders. There are around 54 countries on the African continent now, and it remains to be seen if the concept of a unified Africa will be realized in our lifetimes.

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