Here are my #SaturdayThoughts on the matter. The biggest obstacle to development in our country is the citizens, specifically, the middle-class/middle-income working class. As Saul D.Alinsky puts it in his book ‘Rules for Radicals’, they are the ‘have-a-little-want-mores’ … they ...Read more
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In Africa, there are three types of foreign aid and all have negative effects. Though we have several advantages, the disadvantages outweigh the advantages. How aid affects development in developing sub-saharan Africa is what we should look at. In my view, the ...Read more
African music is more of a tool to drive development in the form of tourism, trade and others. How viable is this assertion?
This is what I think. During Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka’s father’s burial, our President, during his time to speak, at some point said something to this effect (not verbatim), “Wanataka nijenge barabara lakini hawataki nikope [They (community leaders) want me to ...Read more
Based on education and human skills development: What will take to enhance in preparing the Africa youth-full population in the Digital economy and future work online?
With the current trend of African Leaders relations with their Chinese counterparts, what does the future hold for the youth in Africa?
The world becomes a better place it a good benefit for all (humans) Why at all are we helping the world to be a better place whilst others don’t want it to be so?
For many countries, the prospects of AI are thriving. Most factories are now becoming fully automized. The new industrial revolution is taking place whether we like it or not. What are the key issues that as Africans should address to ...Read more
Do you think Ghana and other African countries will strive in terms of development if we do away with democracy?
Every day, you have the opportunity to make your community a little bit better, trusting that the sum of all these tiny gains will add up to meaningful change. Here comes my question: When was the last time you helped ...Read more