AFRICA, FROM KIMBANGO TO KAGAME - Celso Salles (Hardcover)
Simon Kimbango and Paul Kagame, two prominent African entities, each in their own time, who end up taking the sleep of the West. Kimbango for the great legacy he left in the material and spiritual field and Kagame for the results achieved during his time in government at the head of Rwanda, managing in a much more adequate way to the African way of life. Another extremely courageous book by Afro-Brazilian author Celso Salles, resident in Angola in 2021, when he wrote this book. A series of certainties and truths need to be reflected. Simon Kimbango, taken a Belgian prisoner for assuming a Christianity with a Christian posture very different from that adopted by the European colonizers at the time, was imprisoned for 30 years and even so, metaphysically, performed countless miracles that showed that Christ had nothing to do with the process colonizer of the time. Paul Kagame, with a story in progress at the time this book is written, who has taken on a country from countless confrontations, giving it positive numbers, far above the average of countless countries inside and outside the African continent.