In this paper, the connection between autochthony, cultural wars and political conflicts in Africa is analyzed. Africa has a history of vulnerability to inter-ethnic, inter-cultural, inter-religious and political conflicts. As a result, it has been implied by different scholars that crisis and instability are founded in Africa. The most worrisome aspect of these conflagrations is that no remedy put forward in this regard seems to have worked, and the detrimental effects have slowed down Africa's growth and development. Due to the fact that all institutions of the colonial states were created as tools of exploitation throughout the colonial period, colonialism has been blamed for the underdevelopment of the continent consequent upon varied forms of conflicts. Even after colonial period, the mechanisms of exploitation have persisted in Africa, resulting to continued bad governance, corruption, poverty and instability across the continent. This paper presents the implications of cultural wars and conflicts, their causes, effects and remedies. It analytically and historically examines the impacts of autochthony and conflicts on the political culture of Africa, with the conclusion that autochthony and ethnicity promote conflicts and crises in Africa.