In the centre of this audio-visual feast for the senses, Fela reigned supreme. He was everywhere at once; playing keyboards, soprano or alto, the occasional drum solo, a sinuous dance from one side of the stage to the other and then it was time to sing, the ever-present spliff held in his elegant fingers.
In reality Kenya is a market and Kenyans are property. On 6th September 1888, by Order in Council, Queen Victoria gave a Royal Charter to Sir William MacKinnon to make British East Africa her overseas market and Africans property of British Overseas.
It is perfectly fine to think of the world as a global village, as long as you do not want to be a part of it, or claim your freedom of movement. Then you come to terms with the real status of an African passport.