There needs to be a new generation of leaders in Africa that are untied to the complicated histories of their countries’ pasts
Uganda is not in danger of renewed civil war or rebel violence, but it risks sliding into a political crisis that could eventually threaten the country’s hard-won stability.
Conflict in Africa is causing fewer fatalities than in the 1990s, but the number of violent incidents is increasing, and violence is becoming more complex.
If countries wait until today’s youth reach working age to create jobs, it will already likely be too late to avoid instability from the population explosion.
Africa has 480 million youth today and that figure is projected to grow to 850 million by 2050.
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