Africa is making enormous strides in practically every area of development, which may be ascribed to the small contributions made by the typical African.
We are a continent that has always struggled to manage its tremendous resources. And, to be honest, we cannot deny that we are not alone in our struggles.
However, analyzing the elements that contributed to our current difficulties has aided us in making progress by adjusting where appropriate.
Several African countries have evolved in recent years in terms of political development, which serves as a foundation for constitutional decision-making. And the progress is just remarkable. Additionally, we cannot ignore the economic development of other African countries, including Ghana, Rwanda, and Kenya.
However, we must bear in mind that this is the early stages of Africa’s development, and erecting structures that survive the test of time is far more important than erecting structures that massage our ego and signal to the world that we are accomplishing something.
As things stand today, Africa’s greatest challenge is reducing poverty among its greater populations. Today, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo are home to the majority of Africa’s poorest people. And it is estimated that 40% of Africa’s poorest people will live in Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo by 2040. However, this is a story that we have the ability to alter.
It is our problem, and in terms of accountability, resolving our poverty issues entails a huge deal of wealth for everyone.