Be inspired to work for Africa youths and children to participate and learn reading and writing Africa language guided by comparative methodology, introduced by Dr. Theophile Obenga 1993, and 2010 update by Jean -Claude Mboli; comparative method. At grassroots, participatory seminars should be possible whereby, the seminars limit to the use (see the chart; part III of this script) of; from Neo Africa, basic word sound to Proto Classical Negro Egyptian. Because these two stage help the grassroots with general knowledge about, syllabic behaviour in word sound. Secondly, to inspire youths and children pursue high studies in linguistic. Thirdly, to let grassroots in Africa gain knowledge of understanding that, what the word public library stands for is word of mouth/ speech into script by a people on site. It should embarrass both donor nations and development aid patterner Nations that 43 years following Diop and Obenga in UNESCO Cairo Conference 1974 is hardly known of by Africa people!
We need solutions and answers to bring to SDG by 2030… If you come to think about it, it makes sense that; we do not have to wait until 2030 before it is on every African’s lips that Africa languages are sister languages genetically related and with a single stem mother language with currently given name is Negro Egyptian! Africa grassroots should be a part of SDG 2030 discuss aiming from participation-seminars on saga Africa mother language. If more organizations put hands on to sensitize local communities in mother language, for the idea is to waken up to knowledge of understanding how local languages contributes to better education. Then, the World or Africa for that matter will be looking forward to continuity after 2030, rather than beginning afresh. let us share dialogue with you and, or your advocacy.