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Submitted by Franciska Eseenam on

We are living in a SAD world.

Down here in Africa, we very much hoped that Hunger is to know an end soon. But what we bitterly experience each time that programs are initiated to solve a particular problem, is that the funds allocated are mostly diverted by the crowds of persons that are in power. Subsequently at the end, the problem just does persist with "NEWLY-FOUND" pretexts to explain its persistence...
I am here going to quote the now late President Mandela: "Poverty is not an accident. Like Slavery and Apartheid, it is Man-Made and can be removed by the actions of human-beings." The Golden question here, is whether Hunger could be removed by the crowds of persons that initiated it ?