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If Master P and Baron Davis have that kind of money to acquire Reebok,why can't they invest it in Africa. Africa have no indigenous Automobile manufacturing company and we spend a lot on cars and trucks etc. Some of the important materials for the components are imported from Africa. Imagine both of them taking over the market from Benz, Toyota, Nissan, and BMW etc. Is not a difficult a task for them is just at the tip of their fingers. Here in Africa manufacturer are not heavily taxed and they're given special preferences.
It will create jobs for many Africans reduce poverty and limit migration to Europe and USA. It will also serve as technology transfer logically. This will also cut down the influence of the Europeans and Asians in the automobile engineering company in Africa. The Automobile industry is a big business and the market is in Africa only if they can harness it as I have said.
We have to look at the market for production of spare parts of this vehicles too etc. We don't need an assembly plant here because that is what they have been using to exploit the Africans. This is some of the things our leaders are supposed to fight for by encouraging Africans ali over the world to do for Africa and is better than charity given. The advantage of this is that the corrupted politicians and their accomplices will not have access to the money because it will be in the hands of the private sector. This can be controlled and managed properly. Since our government will not speak for us I have taken this upon myself through blacqbi to speak to Africans that have the means to helping Africa. I don't know these great Africans but I know that they mean well for the African people. It is just an idea and is their choice to make and whatever their discission is okay as long as they are okay and happy and maybe next time they may consider Africa.
2020-12-30 05:18:21 (Updated 2020-12-30 05:22:45)

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