A popular university in Congo is set to empower countless numbers of young African authors and writers. They are particularly focussing on the storytelling aspect of literary work.
Local understudy at the college shares what the area intends to him, “This is the place where I learn Chinese and the library you see here is loaded with Chinese books written in French and English.
So how can one offer life to this plenty of African artistic personalities and their different works? By making the African Writers’ Day — which commends its 28th year in 2020.
The education aspect in African is particularly on a downward trajectory due to the fact that most youth don’t value education particularly because most graduate end up jobless after graduation. That’s why the government of Congo will be investing massively in education.