Afrisecal Movement or Afrisecaism defines Pan -African Renaissance within a socio-anthropometric matrix of a universal sense of the concept of being 'African' and exposition of effective transformative philosophy of African leadership. It owes its origin to older Afrocentric philosophies derived from Kemet tradition and propelled by Kaiwada teachings. The wave was founded by Dr [Francis Ohanyido] a Nigerian Philosopher-Poet in the early 1990s as part of a broader purview to situate pan-Africanism. The term 'Afrisecal' was coined by Dr Francis Ohanyido to define the "way towards true African leadership paradigms". It was this vision that catalysed the movement towards the creation of NEPAD and the African Peer-Review Mechanism (APRM).