The discourse on the existence of African philosophy is the Archimedean point to most Philosophers of the 20th century. There is for and against views on the existence of African philosophy among philosophers. However, in this article I try to develop an argument that illustrates the existence of African philosophy (African philosophy resulted due to western discourse on Africa and Africans reaction on it). Almost all African philosophers agree on the existence of African philosophy albeit there is disagreement on the issue of what constituted African philosophy. Western’s(many of them) argued that African’s don’t have philosophical texts, don’t come up in a common definitions of the subject and they are not doing philosophy. As a result, it is difficult to consider or assume African’s as doer of philosophy. However, in reaction to this thought of the western’s, African thinkers toiled day and night, investing their energy and resource to provide convincing evidence that African’s are really practicing philosophy and have accessible philosophical texts. In my point of view, African philosophy should be the appropriations of the African thoughts and non-African thoughts. Therefore, in this article I try to develop sound premises that prevails the existence of African philosophy even if it is at level of minimal.