New French program on UhuruRadio delivers African Internationalism to French-speaking African world!

Every Saturday from 2pm (Paris Summer Time), Chairman Omali Yeshitela, leader and founder of the African Socialist International (ASI), based in St. Petersburg, Florida is interviewed by Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the ASI, on the burning issues of the African revolution and on the rise of the struggles of oppressed peoples throughout the world in the context of the crisis of imperialism.

For a long time, only individuals who understood the English language could listen to our radio programs. Now, with the new show, Rendez-vous avec Chairman Omali Yeshitela, African Internationalism is available in the French language.
Luwezi Kinshasa, who is from Congo, hosts the show from London, England.

All our thanks to the members of Agitation and Propaganda Department of the African Socialist International for the realization of this program!

Alert and invite all of your friends and contacts to go on The war of ideas in French has just begun! Archives of this show are already available on the website now!

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