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Interference Crime, Drama, Mystery | Post-production Interference tell story about " A retiring detective tries to discover the identity of a half charred woman found in front of a District Attorney's boat who is pursuing a child serial killer." Interference directed by: Director: Linda Di Franco | Stars: Tom Wisdom, Bruce Thomas, Victoria Gabrielle Platt, Kaleina Cordova Wakanda is the perfect mix of everything we want from foreign countries and the things we love the most about home. With Black Panther fever at a high Africans are showing their love for Wakanda in many different ways. If you're not prepared you might be troubled when you hear young men randomly say "Wakanda Forever" to each other repeatedly. Everywherefrom the streets of Ojuelegba to Old Trafford young black men are crossing arms in the official Wakanda salute. It is hard to discount the emotions behind these gestures. While Black Panther has been praised as a phenomenal movie the fictional African nation of Wakanda has extra appeal to Africans who live and breathe the dream of a real-life African utopia. Here are 5 reasons why Wakanda is the ultimate African country. (1) They were not colonized. All of Africa's countries save Ethiopia were colonised by western powers at some point in the 19th and 20th centuries. As an African it is not out of place when one imagines what the continent would be without western interference. Wakanda is the answer. playWakanda was never colized thus the culture remained . (msafropolitan) According to the Black Panther story Wakanda avoided "the colonizers" by staying secluded and building a defence system that was more than worthy of the invaders. In the word of Lupita Nyong'o it is an example of what could have happened if Africa was allowed to realise itself by itself. (2) Wakanda has a king. In most pre-colonial African societies African kings ruled over vast nations and empires. The ruling class was often autocratic but it built a system where children of royalty were trained to be leaders from the front and imbued with high levels of character and tenacity. playChadwick Boseman played the role of T'Challa to critical acclaim. (AFP/File) The introduction of western democracy broke that system. However in Wakanda and T'Challafans get a peek into a future where kings who are trained for the rolewould rule over the nation with a depth of character that is admittedly in short supply in real life. (3) Wakanda is Africa in the future. The afro-futuristic theme in the engineering technology construction and culture of Wakanda and its people provided a glimpse of what the future could be if we combined our traditional institutions and the elements of indigenous culture with advancement in technology. playShuri was a unique depiction of an African techie and savant. (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) The character Shuri for instance was a unique depiction of an African techie and savant. While many countries like Nigeria and Kenya struggle to preserve the culture in the face of leaps in areas like tech and the gentrification of the human resourcesWakanda shows what could be if we get it right. (4) If Wakanda was a bit more relatable we'd start looking for it in real life. The best movies are those where the filmmakers are able to combine their inspirations and influence into creating a gripping seamless narrative plot or reality. playThe agbada worn by many West African tribes featured prominently in the Black Panther movie. (Twitter) The makers of Black Panther created the ultimate African country byinfusing elements of almost every prominent African tribeinto the movie. From the language spoken to the attire worn by the Dora Milaje it was a celebration of African identity. (5) There was a sense of loyalty patriotism and identity. In most African cultures individuals learn tribal identity very early on and throughout their lives they learn to put it at the forefront of their decisions judgement and association. Unfortunately it has usurped the place of national identity especially in a continent cut up by ignorant colonial powers with asinine motives. playThe newly popular Wakandan salute is a symbol of identity. (Inverse) Wakanda's lineage-obsessed and tribalist system is not the most ideal. But the nation draws and provides a sense of identity and patriotism that most Africans cannot claim to have for their countries. It is why the references to Wakandan identity have become so common. Many Nigerians for instance would give their all for their country if there were certain of a system that rewards sacrifice but in the absence of such the fictional Wakanda is the next best thing.