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“Jason’s law on corruption”

How governance in Africa reflects structural imperatives, not the personalities of our leaders THE LAST WORD | Andrew M. Mwenda | Recently, someone posted an article on our WhatsApp chatgroup about the persistence of “corruption” in Africa. It said on June 13, 1988, Pini Jason Onyegbaduo, a popular Nigerian columnist, propounded a “Hypothesis …

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The tragedy of Uganda’s opposition

Why our country needs creative politicians who can sequence ultimate goals and penultimate aims THE LAST WORD | Andrew M. Mwenda | The opposition in Uganda claim to have a broad strategic objective: to end dictatorship, incompetence, corruption, human rights abuses and build political institutions and implement public policies that can create a …

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