For a very long time, Africans have been talking about an African Renaissance on the scale of the European rennaissance of the late middle ages that saw awesome geniuses like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michaelangelo and others give the world some of the purest and most elevated works of visual art the world has ever seen (in other to contributions in many other areas by other artists and inventors). But the exact circumstances for launching an African Rennaisance has always been an extremely elusive matter. Who will start it, when and under what kind of support and affiliations? I dare say that I believe that a Trump presidency has the potential to help Africa unleash her Renniasance….finally. Countless governments all over Africa have been talking about this since African countries began to gain their independence from European powers. But no real play except for a huge monument in Senegal dedicated to the launch of a renaissance whose time seems to be taking forever to come. In fact, an art movement known as the Analytical Realists of Nigeria (ARN) which has been struggling to see the light since 2005 finds itself strangely stirred by the Trumpmentum. Reports reaching me suggest that ARN has already update their manifesto as well as produced an outline for proposed activities in 2017 showing where and how it hopes to work in the critical areas of reform, re-education, reconstruction and roll back of many of the extremely unseemly leftist policies and developments unleashed by the Obama era and its putrid promotions of every perversion under the sun. At this point, so many essentials about Hillary and Donald now show very clearly. Between the two of them, who is really the master of articulating policy with a freshness and forcefulness that stirs the globe? Who is the high energy candidate that pulls rock concert size crowds at rallies? Who has a higher dose of the very necessary hard line attitude towards terrorism as demanded by the unprecedented wickedness of terrorists in the middle east and beyond? On both sides of the aisle, this is truly a time for sober reflections.