Posted on 22/12/2013
This is a refreshing way of looking at things. Does democracy lead to economic prosperity or does economic prosperity eventually lead to democracy?
Interesting question. My immediate response before listening to Dambisa is that first there needs to be social commitment boosted by a leadership that displays a tangible political will towards the attainment of both democracy and economic prosperity. An HONEST endeavour towards either of them, whichever is aspired to first, will certainly yield immense reward.
My opinion is subject to change after a good listen to this sister, one of Africa’s blessings. Thanks for sharing Sir Nigel.
No worries brother. Food for thought given our situation.
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