I have the honour to report that Dr. Kwame N'krumah, the Prime Minister of the Gold Coast, visited Liberia at the invitation of President Tubman from 21st to 31st January this year.
2. It is difficult to say what were the motives underlying the invitation.
On Mr Tubman's part there was probably little more to it than a friendly
gesture to an influential African from a neighbouring territory. Whatever
ideas Dr. N'krumah may have had when he accepted the invitation, there is
no doubt that he took full advantage of his presence in this country to
use it as a platform to expound his thesis of a United West Africa, within
the framework of "Africa for the Africans". Unfortunately Dr N'krumah was
unable to resist the opportunity of voicing his colour prejudices at the
same time, and he referred repeatedly to the domination of the black races
by the white in Africa, typified by British "Imperialist" and "Colonial"
policy, from which the people of the Gold Coast were at last winning their