The number of sub-Saharan African countries in debt distress or facing high risk of debt distress rose from 7 in 2013 to 12 in 2016…time for bailouts.
It’s not about the country with the most resources. The issue is being able to dare and try it.
Almost all of the islands’ 550,000 residents have access to electricity. Cape Verde’s per capita electricity consumption per year is substantially higher than the sub-Saharan Africa average.
One insinuation was that the state of politics in Africa is so dismal that even the Gambia’s Adama Barrow, a former Argos security guard, can become a president.
Freedom fighters believe they have a right to govern, but struggle to deliver the economic development that Africa needs.
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