Africa’s Natural Wealth
About The Book
Mutale undertook a perilous journey, both as a Humanitarian aid worker, joining his life experience, growing up as the son of a political prisoner. He outlines the rich African traditional values of life, while living and working in some of the most hostile environments, in the darkest corners on the African continent. He outlines a painful but triumphant story of his father as a political prisoner, he unearths, the harsh reality of being raised by a lone, quintessential (classic example) mother, who planted in him the seed of gaining the courage to face danger and death. He was made aware from a young age, that life was not what it seemed. Life does not stand in waiting like a faithful mother. He shares a remarkable mouth-watering story about a risky mission he undertook to the rumbling jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo, witnessing face to face (F2F) the scars of the devastating, indelible, un-erased imprints left by a civil war. He draws immediate attention to: an envisioned and purposeful dream of the forebearers (freedom fighters), giving a hostile diagnostic, prescribing the alternative way the continent could retrace its faded footprints on the globe. He remains hopeful and believes that the continent can renew its inner strengths, burying the empty hollows in the ground.
About The Author
Author: Mutale D’One Chileshe
Mutale D’One Chileshe began his career as a Finance and Investment Analyst in Humanitarian Emergency Response and International Social Development with the Red Cross. He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA), and holds a Masters degree in Finance and Investment from London Metropolitan University, UK. Mutale also lectures privately, a popular course on Corporate Finance and Investments. Mr Chileshe resides with his wife Chitalu and two children: Mutale and Mwenya in Auckland, New Zealand.