Does Underdevelopment in Sub-Saharan Africa Undermine Racism Mitigation In The African Diaspora?

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Africans/Descendants and The Rest

There is however another potent, rarely discussed candidate for this pervasive abasement of people of African descent. It is the profundity of poor development and misery in post-independent Africa, especially Sub-Saharan Africa. A baffling and inexplicable situation, given the enormous natural and human resources of the region.

Why is this factor so important?

Who should lead the charge to remedy the situation?

The Role of Concerned non-Africans

Aid to Africa will yield the greatest return when it goes to those entities engaged in transforming the mindset of Africans to “Build it yourself”; and awakening them, especially the youths, to sharpen their imagination.

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Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch-www.pacaw.org. Author of the book: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within

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Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Sylvanus A AYENI, M.D.

Neurosurgeon. Founder, Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch-www.pacaw.org. Author of the book: RESCUE THYSELF: Change In Sub-Saharan Africa Must Come From Within

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