The African Migrant Crisis: What is driving Migration?

Emigration is rife in African countries. What are the reasons for migrants leaving in droves, even from countries experiencing relative peace and stability? What are the factors triggering migration other than political instability or conflicts?

The African Migrant Crisis: What is driving Migration?
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