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Tuesday, April 11, 2017


Why are African leaders ignorant of their duties as presidents?

Why are African leaders ignorant of their duties as presidents?

Why don't African nations ever learn from their mistakes? Why are Africans so weak in terms of the military, innovation? How stupidity keeps Africans poor? Why are black African people so dumb? Unbelievable, are African leaders so naive and stupid? These are some of the embarrassing questions one often reads on the internet about Africans. 

The questioning of the intelligence of Africans, including its leaders go on and on without a limit. As a matter of fact, these questions wouldn't have been necessary if Africa hasn't any natural resources. The continent of Africa has petroleum, Natural Gas, Diamonds, Manganese, Iron Ore, Cobalt, Bauxite, Copper, Gold, Nickel, Tantalum, Silica Sand, Clay.

Cocoa, Beans, Coffee, Palm Oil, Hydropower, Uranium, Natron, Kaolin, Fish (Lake Chad), Gold, Limestone, Sand and Gravel, Timber, Potash, Lead, Zinc, phosphates, Gold, Magnesium, Natural Gas, Hydropower etc, yet the leaders seem inept to utilize those resources but good in ‘utilizing’ corruption.

It's great for a country to have a leader that's the reason Africa has leaders but they lack the knowledge and experience to create jobs, provide educational and health infrastructures. They only care about the money that enters into their pockets but not the welfare of the country. The reason Africa is far behind in development.

South Africa wants Jacob Zuma to step down

There is no country in Africa that citizens are enjoying a life of comfort unless you are a rich man and what makes the situation worse is due to the poor taxation system, the rich easily evade tax and the poor suffer to pay tax. The poor live with hopes and dreams.

The situation in South Africa remains tense as protesters demand Zuma to step down. As writers with immense knowledge about African politics, in our opinion, Jacob Zuma has to listen to the voice of the people to step down.

10 Reasons Jacob Zuma has to step down

1. Zuma can’t handle the high crime rate in South Africa which remains a threat to the poor South Africans.

2. Unemployment in South Africa is now higher than it was at the end of apartheid.

3. Zuma couldn’t demand justice or apology for South Africans after the deliberate HIV/Aids infection by the Dutch, Britain, and American governments.

4. South Africa has the biggest and most high profile HIV epidemic in the world, with an estimated 7 million people living with HIV in 2015. In the same year, there were 380,000 new infections while 180,000 South Africans died from AIDS-related illnesses.

5. Zuma's administration is inefficient and corrupt to the extent that within a very short period, he sacked his finance minister, Nhlanhla Nene, appointed another, David van Rooyen. 

6. South Africa, even though is a member of the G20 countries, its administration is in complete ruins. 

7. Zuma's administration has been described as a regime of looting and institutionalized corruption.

8. Jacob Zuma is a polygamist who has twenty-two children, therefore, he has deep family issues to solve than handling the state affairs and the welfare of South Africans.

9. Zuma has filled certain positions in the country with unqualified people, thus; the country has suffered severe setbacks since the fall of Apartheid.

10. A man who has twenty-two children has a mouth to feed. The children need clothing, accommodation, and education. Even if some of his children are independent, how much does Zuma earns to cater for the welfare of about ten of his children without stretching his hands into state coffers?

A notice to African leaders

African leaders depend on votes during elections to rule. That means without the people's votes, they can't be leaders, unless by the power of the gun. Therefore, Africans or citizens have the right to protest, and demand leaders to step down if they are not doing well or the people are hungry.

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