Slavery is not only a part of history, slavery is still a global problem; millions of people are trapped in all form of slavery- Domestic servitude, Sexual exploitation, Child trafficking, forced labour, debt bondage, Criminal exploitation, and mental slavery. There is a thin line between what is and isn’t slavery.
Africa’s glorious heritage has been mutilated by the devastation of the transatlantic Slave trade, chattel slavery, the harvesting of vulnerable people as sex slaves, colonial and post-colonial predators. The current form of slavery in Africa is the post-colonial slavery. Citizens are enslaved; enslaved by their so called leaders, these horrendous plunderers chain their citizen’s in the filthy grip of power. slide04Mental slavery is a state of mind where discerning between liberation and enslavement is warped. Mental slavery is extremely terrifying than physical slavery because the chains are invisible.
In the face of all the calamities that Africans have experienced we must not be content to be at best an observer complaining about the world, as opposed to being a change agent in the world. We must not be content to be history’s permanent victim. We must rise with the wakening light!
Here are things we can do to end slavery around the world – we can provoke companies to be fair by not buying apparels or goods from companies that do not treat workers fairly, if we do we will be rewarding evil behavior. Let these companies be provoked to fairness by buying products that are certified fair trade or come from companies whose manufacturing practices have been independently verified as slave-free.
We could prevent slavery through holistic child development by donating and meeting a child’s basic needs for education, proper nutrition, and health care.
End it! Help End slavery!
-Ayo Ayoola-Amale© 2016



Dusk falls in intensely; life declines
Day drowning continues ,the unnatural unbroken
we live in naked emptiness weary of being free
The resemblance between us, mean nothing in the desert of their heart
Their bodies rise from the dead or die not
in the prison of their mind
we sense the wounds, in the adjoining room,
No light in the sun
Holocaust, Streams split, hinge and the doom of man
Struggle for the truth until we let go to consume death
The stung healers like a thinning breath
hear the wave crack and fondle renewal like the phoenix
Pricked, punctured, perforated
© ayo ayoola-amale, 2016


Brave heart Aitzaz Hasan, 15, from Hangu, North-Western Pakistan was concerned for everyone else’s safety. He helped save and enrich the lives of almost 2,000 students.  Aitzaz just told us that others should be important to us. They should know they are worthy of love.  OPEN YOUR HEART TO LOVE. AITZAZ HASAN CHOOSE TO LOVE. AITZAZ HASAN CHOOSE TO LIVE.                                REST IN PEACE DEAREST ONE.



Love made life higher than the world. A boy taught us light than the sun.Love made life higher than the world. There were nothing else to see.

by: Ayo Ayoola-Amale


We were born with love.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Love is our purpose.                                                                                                                                                                                              It is the meaning of life.                                                                                                                                                                                                          It is the most important thing in life.

by Ayo Ayoola-Amale


Since age 11, Malala has stood defiant against the Taliban in the face of death. Malala stood up for a girl’s right to an education. At 16 Malala Yousafzai, the activist from Pakistan would have become the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Global Harmony Association was nominated for Nobel Peace Prize . However, OPCW – The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.  The OPCW surely deserves this for destroying chemical weapons, et al.                                                                                         Thank you Malala for your wonderful work for humanity.                                                                                                                   Thank you Malala for loving one like you.                                                                                                                                     Thank you Malala for loving humanity!


FOR MALALA  with love.

A world of the true life. A world of the eye that sees. A world of the mind that thinks. A world of a heart that feels. We need a world of the true life. Give us the world of a girl.


by: Ayo Ayoola-Amale esq.