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Will Africa Soon Be Borderless?
Written by Mia Taylor, Travel Pulse, 12/7/2017
There are no national borders visible from space, will Africa's political divisions soon resemble such a landscape?
Several African countries have begun laying the foundation for the creation of a borderless continent. Kenya is the third African nation to adopt such a measure, behind Benin and Rwanda.
These developments are part of a grander vision that leaders on the continent have been discussing for quite some time—free movement across all of Africa. There’s even talk of a single African passport.
“The freer we are to travel and live with one another, the more integrated and appreciative of our diversity we will become,” Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said according to the Associated Press.
In addition to becoming more appreciative of diversity, the hope is that by making travel easier in Africa, trade and economic growth will flourish. Trade among African countries is a mere 16 percent. By comparison, trade among member European Union countries is 70 percent.