African Universities Are Consuming More Wealth than they are Creating.

The peasants sell wealth such as cows and land, to have their children enjoy the quasi-privilege of University education only to resort to the same wealth that supported their education, to also support their post-university life.

African Universities Are Consuming More Wealth than they are Creating.
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