AFRICA’S PROBLEMS will be solved by the continued successes from the integration of the continent’s countries which, in addition to their programmes in progress, ought to profoundly include and encourage the youth through national level sensitisations, state-financed programmes, and their awareness on the developmental programmes.
The manifestos of their integrated countries, which with freedom will expand the regional students’ mindset in as far as educative and developmental research, should be concerned.
Student interstate exchange programmes and local state-financed education of the African youth on the awareness of the advantages of Africa working together as one, is key to fixing Africa’s problems and hence replacing war with real solutions which will lead to the creation of a better future for the African continent.
The great ideas that will bring about a positive change to the continent should not only be left to the big offices or briefly passed through the national media, but extended to the youth by the state-financed programmes.
Clet Kintu Mugabo, United States
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