For African Democracies to Flourish, the Common People Need to Think for Themselves

Democracy in many African states has not benefited the majority of their people. The reason is a lack of willingness among the common people to think critically about what ails their societies and what can be done to improve them.

For African Democracies to Flourish, the Common People Need to Think for Themselves
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