The continent of Africa is plagued by a lot of problems such as maritime piracy, terrorism, political violence and assassinations, urban crimes, human trafficking, and so forth. Despite various social efforts and policies, these problems are on the rise. This paper propounds that maritime piracy in Africa can be curbed through the praxis of Afroecosolidarity ethics. This ethics requires communal solidarity, standing with other fellow human beings and the earth in attending to their plights. Afroecosolidarity recognizes the sufferings, pains, and plights of fellow human beings and also of nonhuman beings on the planet and offers active compassion in ameliorating their hardships. The paper uses hermeneutic and analytic methods to examine the concepts, and issues involved. Maritime piracy has caused a lot of problems in Africa and needs to be eradicated. The paper finds that maritime piracy is real and present in the African continent. The paper concludes that a dynamic practice of the ethos of Afroecosolidarity will help to curb the problem of maritime piracy.