Historical view of Africa

Historical view 

Continent of Africa is divided into a great number of ethnic cultures. The African continent's cultural regeneration has also been an integral aspect of the nation-building post-independence on the continent, with a recognition of the need to harness the African cultures, traditions, activities within the African enrich the education processes, requiring the creation of an enabling environment and how the Culture changes in a number of ways within the Continent. 

Now a days, in the advanced era and with the changing  of technology the call for a much greater emphasis on the cultural dimension in all aspects and angles of development has become increasingly vocal.  While in the time of Roman colonization of North Africa, (parts of Algeria, Egypt, Libya, and the whole of Tunisia) And the provinces such as Tripolitania was only the major producer of food for the empire and the republic, and this province produced too much food for the Republic and also generated too much wealth in these regions for their four hundredth years of occupation. During the times of colonialism in Africa, Europeans possessed ego, biasnes and attitudes of superiority well development and a sense of mission and to get goals. The Africans were able to accepted by the French, as French the person form the other cultures from all over the world specially from the African culture left his/her Cultures and if that person gave up their Culture of Africa and to adopted the Culture, traditions of the French ways and acts as the French people’s do while living within the French. To know about the Portuguese languages and Knowledge of the different ways, cultures, traditions and abandonment of traditional African ways is known as one of the civilized Nation in the world. Social commentator Mwiti Mugambi of the Kenyan argues that the future of Africa can only be forged and will be not real and valuable corresponding to be deemed as the good and will be forged from mending and accepting the sociocultural present. For Mugambi, colonial cultural hangovers, pervasive Western cultural inundation, and will adopt the Western cultures and arm-twisting, aidd-giving donors are, he argues, here to stay and no amount of looking into Africa's past will make them go away. However, Maulana karenga states upon the issue as under:

We must honor, Respect in both and practice as our culture provides us with an ethos. Briefly to explain here by Ethos, we mean the people of the community having good reputation and people's self-presentation as well as its self-understanding in all over the world and to present them in the world through its thoughts and through its better practices in the other six areas of culture. It is above all a cultural challenge. For culture is here meaning of the culture is defined as the totality of practices and thoughts by which a people of the community creates itself, sustains ,develops and celebrates, itself and well introduces itself and to their culture to history and humanity in the world.
Maulana Karenga, African Culture and the Ongoing Quest for Excellence.