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Submitted by Anonymous on
Education is the key to solving Africa's problem where for instance in a country like Tanzania, over 80 percent of population do not even know their basic rights. Over the past 30 years, the ruling party has seen to it that corruption remain the status quo. In doing this, what has actually transpired is a deterioration in all basic services to the public in all sectors. Education, health, the courts. Today, schools in Tanzania do not have teachers to teach students. Education is a basic right of the people, and in a country like Tanzania which is the world's third largest gold producer and is unable to provide basic rights to its citizens. I strongly endorse education for the poor. People need to be educated. Most of Africa has one thing in common, the leaders of these countries have blocked education for their citizens but allowed their own children to be educated in expensive schools in the west. So that the status quo of corruption is sustained.