African Union (AU) is a regional continental organization for south – south cooperation that has provided the political, economic, socio-cultural, environmental and technical platform for African states in pursuing their collective development through exchange of knowledge, skills, resources and technical know -how. Moreover, recent development have shown that there is increase in the volume of trade amongst African states, flow of foreign direct investment, movement towards regional integration, sharing of solutions and experts and other forms of exchange. However, the challenges observed in this paper are a combination of external and internal factors. Although, much as not beendone of the unequal relationship between the global north and Africa. The effects on the unfavourable external environment on the continent with little responsibility apportioned to African leaders. This is because under a favourable trading and financial environment considerable domestic policy efforts would be needed to ensure that Africa economies gradually become relatively self-reliant. Besides, a new international economic order should be evolve in it actual sense, the domestic economic practices within and among Africa states that can provide re-orientation, good economic planning, food security, political stability, good industrial policies and stringent measures through which the African’s financial and economic, hub could be put in order. It is against this background that the political economic theoretical will help explain, prescribe, and predict these development


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