What is a democracy? You may ask. If the term ‘democracy’ is even regarded in this country, is a conundrum. For years, African governments have strived to stand on their own feet, leading a people who fought to see a change never anticipated prior to independence, a change they could only dream of in colonial times. Over fifty years from colonial liberation, the struggle for good governance and democracy seems to still hang in the balance. In simple terms, democracy has been described as “the rule for the people by...

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