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Obama Four Years Ago: the Race in the Race

Is America ready for a black president? This has always been the ultimate question that not just Americans, but many people across the world have pondered for so many years. Would a black man ever become a president of the United States? Even though the likelihood of this happening was very slim, many still doubted that they would live long enough to witness it in their lifetime. The underlying cause is not a puzzle for someone even bothering to raise the question. The obvious response has been woven into the fabric of the American society, mostly known as a racially divided country.

Why Foreign Aid Fails to Promote Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Over the past 50 years, Sub Saharan Africa has received over "500 billion Dollars in foreign aid"[1]from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development member countries (OECD), Arab countries, China, the Breton Wood's institutions (the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank). Yet, the region continues to struggle in a vast ocean of extreme poverty with its concatenation of great despair (high rate of unemployment, high rate of illiteracy, high infant mortality, and poor nutrition, poor healthcare system, poor infrastructure, the list is far from being exhaustive.

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The Failure of a Leader
 
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"The 50-meter-high (328-foot-high) bronze statue dubbed the Monument of the African Renaissance in Dakar, Senegal. The statue is supposed to symbolize Africa’s rebirth, its liberation from what octogenarian President Abdoulaye Wade has called “centuries of ignorance, intolerance and racism.” Instead, the monument has fueled outrage among a poverty-stricken population struggling to survive in an expensive city slammed by electricity blackouts, flooding and water shortages.
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