A is for Africa, it is the second largest continent in the world. Once part of the large super continent called Pangaea
B is for Britain, This country colonized Africa, Slavery and forced labor model.
C is for Cocoa, They grow in Africa, supply's 2/3 of the worlds cocoa crops
D is for Drogba, stopped a civil war in his country, Play's for Phoenix Rising Stars in the U.S
E is for Ethiopian Highlands, rugged mass of mountains in Ethiopia, most densely populated agricultural area in Africa.
F is for France, colonized Africa, West Africa did not have rights for the law, rights to travel, vote.
G is for Germany, colonized Africa, constituted four countries in Africa.
Germany flag, with little soccer ball
H is for HIV, 69% of HIV-positive people in the world live in Africa, 91% of HIV-positive children live in Africa.
I is for Islam, first continent into which Islam spread from Asia, Mohamed is the prophet of Allah.
J is for John Obi Mikel, plays for his country Nigeria (soccer)
K is for Kilimanjaro Mountain, it has three volcano cones, highest mountain in Africa.
L is for Lavender, it can be made into oil, grown in almost every continent.
M is for Mali Empire, largest empire in west Africa, influenced the culture of west Africa.
N is for Nile River, largest river in Africa, it has two major tributaries the white and blue Nile.
O is for Oil, There were nearly 9 million barrels of oil in 2016, Algeria. Angola, and Nigeria provided 90% of it.
P is for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 2015 African soccer player of the year, plays for his country Gabon.
Q is for Qur'an, the holy book of Islam religion, divided into chapters and verses.
Holy book of Islam Qur'an
R is for Riyad Mahrez, 2016 African player of the year, plays for his country Algeria
S is for Sahara Desert, biggest desert in the world, it is lined up on the equator.
T is for Tutsi Tribe, they lived along the African great lakes region, they were referred to as the Watutsi
U is for Udu, it is played by the igbo women, a water jug with an additional hole.
V is Victoria Lake, one of Africa's great lake, it was named after Queen Victoria.
W is for Wolof Tribe, largest ethnic group in Senegal, they were Muslim.
X is for Xenophobia, intense or irrational dislike of fear of people, immigrants from the outside faced discrimination.
Y is for Yaya Toure, won 3 African player of year awards, plays for his country Cote'D Ivoire.
Z is for Zulu, official language of South Africa, spoken by a million people.
African people with Zulu language sign