PROF. P.L.O LUMUMBA ON GOOD EVENING GHANA

Professor P.L.O Lumumba speaks to the issue of corruption in Africa, pointing out that at the heart of the African development challenge is poor leadership. He critiques democracy, as a potential tool for propagating the post colonial project which is the exploitation of Africa and its resources. He also calls for a regime where elections in Africa is devoid of bribery. | Good Evening Ghana, Metro TV

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