In the face of diminishing prospects we still vote people into office who in more ways than one make us realize how daft we were for choosing them.
Our presidents are currently licking the boots of imperialist ‘superpowers’ to build basic amenities here that we should have built long ago, in exchange for far valuable products.
Painful enough these countries spend just about 5% of the value of what we give them – mineral ore, oil, timber etc. in exchange for these facilities.
African universities train people every year in petro-whatever engineering, mining, agriculture, economics & finance, education, civil engineering and what have you, but can’t seem to establish itself quite well in these industries.
So I ask again, what does tomorrow hold? Do we the younger generation come to continue this rat race or try to change things for the better?
And if we change, what would that mean for the international community, especially the UN and it’s G5?