A ROOFLESS COMPOUND SCHOOL IN RICH MINERAL AFRICA
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"Achieving inclusive and quality education will require more than simply hiring more teaching staff."
That is the statement from global education experts convened during the World Bank annual meetings to discuss how leadership development could improve global education.
That's is true but who is to develop or improve education in Africa? There is something terribly wrong in Africa which needs immediate attention but it seems the leaders don't care because they don't suffer like the ordinary man on the street.
Among the seven continents, Africa could probably be the richest. Africa is blessed with varieties of rich mineral resources. The continent exports a different range of products, such as gold, bauxite, tin, copper, diamond, agricultural products etc, but it's very hard to understand where the state funds go.
The African government is heavily dented with administration frauds, over invoice, and massiv