Rumour: France behind the sacking of AU’s ambassador to the United States. Chihombori-Quao shot to fame when she demanded that former colonial powers, like France, return artefacts of 14 African countries that they have held since the 1960s. She has been outspoken about continuing French exploitation of some African countries.
The firing of African Union ambassador to the United States Dr Arikana Chihombori-Quao has angered thousands who are now signing an online petition, demanding her reinstatement. A letter from African Union chair Moussa Faki Mahamat to Chihombori-Quao, dated 7 October, has been published online. It’s understood Chihombori-Quao received no explanation for her sacking.
Meanwhile, an online petition started by lobby group the African Diaspora Union attracted more than 10,000 signatures by Monday morning to have her reinstated.
“Dr Chihombori-Quao was treasured by her African Diaspora and was successful in uniting African people to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development,” the petition reads. It further criticises the decision to remove Chihombori-Quao without an explanation.
“The questions are: why was she dismissed, or better, who benefits from her removal? Were African heads of states and governments consulted? Who called the shot? Or is Africa, and peoples of African descent, still facing the debilitating effects of modern colonialism or neo-colonialism?”
Source – Bulawayo 24 News
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