A United Africa for sustainable development for all Africans Descent.
Three young African Students founded the United Pan-Africanist Movement (UPAM):
1. Blessed Mukonka, University of Lusaka-Zambia
2. Emmanuel Kpan, University of Monrovia-Liberia
3. Lord Malvin Harare- Zimbabwe
These young men met on Facebook right at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, when Africa went on shut down leaving 90% of the African population in hunger, students stranded, and schools closed. No hope for young people and so UPAM was created on April 6th, 2020, to build a new Africa for Africans, giving hope to the people of African descent, encouraging, and strengthening bonds of solidarity between all indigenous and diasporas people of African descent.
UPAM is guided by the African Union’s vision of “an integrated, prosperous, and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.
Global Chairman:Nelson Mansare Residing in Finland
Global Vice Chairman: Blessed Mukonka Residing in Zambia
Global Secretary General: Emmanuel Kpan Residing in Liberia
To strengthen bonds of solidarity between all people of African descent, fostering unity and development in Africa; for enhanced independence, industrialization, economic self- reliance as well as promote peace, security and stability within African communities and states.