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  1. The first suspect in protest killings is often the government but some opposition leaders know this and have incorporated harming protesters or disrupting the protests so that the government can be blamed. Either way, a the bloodshed can be avoided if the people in power do their job and deliver onRead more

    The first suspect in protest killings is often the government but some opposition leaders know this and have incorporated harming protesters or disrupting the protests so that the government can be blamed. Either way, a the bloodshed can be avoided if the people in power do their job and deliver on their promises.

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  2. The regional blocks need to be fixed first before we think of Africa as a whole. There's ECOWAS, SADEC, EAC etc.

    The regional blocks need to be fixed first before we think of Africa as a whole. There’s ECOWAS, SADEC, EAC etc.

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  3. There's a very calm feeling about stepping on grass that instantly connects you to nature. Rubber shoes feel like breathing while covered in a plastic bag.

    There’s a very calm feeling about stepping on grass that instantly connects you to nature. Rubber shoes feel like breathing while covered in a plastic bag.

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  4. Big corporations like UN, World Bank, and IMF dictate a lot about what independent government can do because of the debt traps. It may not be direct control but the influence is questionable and unwarranted.

    Big corporations like UN, World Bank, and IMF dictate a lot about what independent government can do because of the debt traps. It may not be direct control but the influence is questionable and unwarranted.

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  5. Even the best education is not important if the person lacks wisdom and common sense.

    Even the best education is not important if the person lacks wisdom and common sense.

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