The author expresses great disappointment, not only for his own country, Malawi, but for all of Africa. He sees the continent endowed with extensive natural resources, but also with faulty political and economic structures—the upshot being that a sense of hopelessness and despair overshadows the populations. He laments the negligence of many of Africa’s leaders to address the grinding poverty among the majority of the people—while the leaders themselves plunder national coffers to satisfy their own selfish ends. Msowoya passionately appeals to the masses of Africa (especially the young) to stand up for their rights and fight the culture of corruption, greed, lust for power, and tribalism—the scourges of Africa. He condemns many African leaders as being inherently coldblooded and corrupt. Hastings Banda of Malawi and Mobutu Sese Seko in the Congo (DRC) are accused of stealing millions from their government treasuries. These two are among many other African leaders targeted by Msowoya’s scorn.