The primary role of the Presidency is the organization and coordination of the activities of the United States of Africa.
Daniel Mwambonu is an international Black Rights Activist, African Nationalist and a Pan Africanist from Kenya.In 2016 he founded United States of Africa which was inspired by Marcus Garvey’s poem ‘’Hail United States of Africa.’’
He is also the founder of African Business Month an event which seeks to promote economic empowerment of people of African descent through trade and provides a platform for Africans to showcase their products and services with an aim of boosting local Industrial capabilities and promoting AfCFTA.
Daniel Mwashumbe Mwambonu was born on 28th July 1985 in Taita Taveta County and in Lushangonyi Sub-location with home located at the foot of Iyale Hill.
He is the founder of Global Pan Africanism Network an International Civil Rights and Pan African organization which seeks to reunite all people of African descent, advocate for their rights and freedoms throughout the world, a renowned international Civil Rights Activist, African Nationalist and Pan Africanist whose tireless works to expose the black genocide in West Papua has drawn more Africans to support the quest for self-determination for the black people in West Papua.
His journey to becoming an activist began in 2017 when he learnt about the atrocities Indonesia is committing against the Indigenous black people in the island of New Guinea.
He founded the AfrikaForWestPapua campaign to raise awareness on the genocide and these efforts have continued to give voice to the voiceless
Daniel Mwambonu has been in the frontline to advocate for racial justice and has been using social media to advocate for equal rights for African Americans and an end to police brutality against black people worldwide.
He is a flaming sword against neo-colonialists, an anti-imperialist who has become an inspiring symbol of national resistance against colonial domination and exploitation of Africa.
His vision for establishment of United States of Africa Federal Government which will unify Africa, Caribbean, Pacific states and reunite all people of African descent under one political and economic leadership has continued to inspire young Pan Africanists around the world.
He has in many instances called for removal of colonial boundaries, withdrawal of all foreign military bases in Africa and insisted on Africa First.
The Vice Presidency
The vice presidency of the United States of Africa is the second-highest officer in the executive branch of the USAF, after the president of the United States of Africa , and ranks first in the presidential line of succession.
The Vice President
The Vice President and Agent of United States of Africa is Yeharerwerk (YeEthiopiawerk) Gashaw
Yeharerwerk Gashaw (የሐረርወርቅ (የኢትዮጵያወርቅ) ጋሻው።; born September 15, 1958), is a politician, Pan-africanist, social activist, Ethiopian POWs and refugees advocate, and sociologist who founded Ethiopian Women for Peace and Democracy Political Organization in 1986 which became the Ethiopian National Government In Exile which has been legally registered in the U.S. in 2009 and recognized internationally.
Yeharerwerk became a Pan-Africanist activist at the age of 12 in Addis Ababa in support of freedom in South Africa, Rhodesia, and Mozambique. In 1990 she was selected to welcome Nelson Mandela by Marshall Mobutu Sese Seko at Goma Airport. While in Goma, she was appointed as Mandela’s assistant. She traveled with Mandela for some time assisting him with translations and organizing his visits within African countries as a Pan-Africanist activist.
Yeharerwerk was the official guest of Zaire, now DR Congo, where she introduced her peace and reconciliation proposal to Marshall Mobutu Sese Seko in order for him and the rebel leaders Laurent-Désiré Kabila, Étienne Tshisekedi, and the rest of the oppositional leaders like Gerard Kamanda wa Kamanda to come together. In 1995 she also presented the same proposal to Mandela so he could mediate between Mobutu, Étienne Tshisekedi, and Laurent-Désiré Kabila. Her campaign while in Zaire was covered by Zaire media where she was named Person of The Week for her efforts to bring peace upon both groups as Pan-Africanists for Zaire unity