African Leaders Need Stronger Push…

African Leaders Need Stronger Push
Development and perception of every African – in the continent’s job market and survival today, has become one that is dependable – only on the mercy of jobs created by – good willed foreign investors, out of which people can never have access to descent job, good and dependable income and access to good life.
African’s two leading countries (Nigeria and South Africa) has become the residence for corruption, bad leadership and epitome of demonstration of craze.
The continent was full of hopes and gearing up for greater future, when one of its great leaders (Goodlurk Ebele Jonathan) took Nigeria’s economy to its greatest height. African became the choice market for developed nations good, and the economy many investors want and desire to invest in.
South African market – on the other hand, which has been there, geared up to regain its place as the continent first economy. This is the direction Africa need to go and focus on – remaining.
Things turns around within eight months of Nigerians welcoming a new political party “APC” as leader, under President Mohammadu Buhari. A firmer military head of state, who overthrow a democratic president led by Alhaji Shehu Shagari.
It did not take Nigeria much time to stumble back to becoming another plague in the continent’s many problems-in hand to solve.
African countries political style of governance and politicians have all turn to place personal and party interests above people and national interest.
Economic development remain a high mountain of Zuma and Buhari to navigate.
Job creation remain serious problem in countries where human, natural resources and other industrial development remain in abundance and opportunities – call to be taken advantage of by sectors where jobs can be easily created.
Leaders of African’s two leading nations, (Buhari and and Zuma) through their policies, fan ethnic divide and rule, people and interest favoritism, and in all government arms and structure, encourage – influencing of the justice system that rewards corrupt practices, sectorial malpractices, racial dominance and killing, farm plundering and wasteful destruction of agricultural land by headsmen and their cattle – whilst terrorism find ground to thrive through silent-encouragement by racial minded and religious-extremists – influenced leaders, lending their support…..
And the people and communities suffer…. Most affected, women and children…..
Police and other so-called law agents find unprotected ground to freely display their unguided mind and illicit corrupt practices; killing and extortion, standing on the way of justice and destruction of true evidence. All of these, leave Africa and the people vulnerable to western extortion in different ways, either by indirect enslavement, being used by NGOs to solicit for fund, which is diverted to other illegitimate purposes etc, the fact remains that – pour leaders and their Western counterparts – still remains our problems and not the people.
The question is: dont #africanleaders-need-strongoush?

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About kaineanthony

Director Christo production, Project. Project Developer at Future Minds development Program (FMDP) and CEO Ahaba Laboratory. CEO, project Developer, Manager and Content writer at AFSON Love challenging my self and being creative. Understand that whatever I do, create or aspire to, must be for the glory of God and to satisfy God's desire for creating humaniis. What makes me happy and will fulfill my joy is: to see humanity understand real reason why "Man" is created by God and to work toward fulfilling God's desire. Creator African Fashion Spot-On, Working for Humanity and RAMBASA. Currently residing in Johannesburg, South Africa. Close to my heart are two projects I developed for humanity and another for the advancement of African skills and talent, for its people and market.
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