The pan-Africa movement started with a Facebook group, which quickly grew into a global movement with thousands of thousands of followers.
It has also attracted the attention of celebrities including David Bowie and Sir Richard Branson, who have launched campaigns to get people to use the platform to spread their message of freedom.
One of the earliest attempts to spread the message of independence was a video that was shared by a woman named Danya Kambouzi, who said she was from Gambia.
“I was born and raised in Senegal and I never dreamed that we would get the opportunity to be the first Africans to start their own nation,” she said in the video.
“Now we can celebrate independence by creating an app and sharing our own words.”‘
I think we can change history’The pan-Arabic movement started as an online forum in 2008, with more than 3 million members.
By 2011, the platform had attracted more than 100 million members, making it the world’s biggest online community.
“The people who were first to create a platform were Africans who wanted to make history by becoming the first to use social media,” Mr O’Sullivan said.
“The internet has changed history and has created a global conversation about a new world.”
It’s been amazing how people have been inspired by the movement and people from other nations have come forward to share their own ideas.
“The app has been used to help spread the messages of the pan-American movement, which is calling for a return to a sovereign, unified and democratic state of Algeria.
The people of Mali, which had been under a French military occupation since 1962, declared independence in 2015.
The movement is also calling for the return of all Malian nationals to Mali, who were expelled in the 1960s.