BLACK PRESIDENT IN THE "BLACK HOUSE"
In a network of suggestive symbols, signs and colors, the dismissal of the nebulous French revolution was precipitated earlier on in the 1790s, and its fate later sealed in 2008 by the Obama's revolution in few concepts "Change!", "Yes, We can!" War cry from a defiant Obama, subverting the Negro phobia, the racist creed and the "White supremacist" establishment in USA, ironically the land of equal and free men. The Obama's revolutionary move, viewed through an African prism, has led us to understand how the anti-prototype Black Obama ( a symbol of audacity and role model for the millions of undecided, lukewarm and tepid African youths) broke the neo-colonist barriers, wiped away the thin line of existential spell between Whites and colored people, virtually re-painted his official residence in black, and sat himself in the "Black House". In 2020, Obama's shadow is back and the legacy of the "Black House", lingers on.