Africa’s Elusive Quest For True Liberation

In this episode, Dr Moses Khisa mentioned the case of Uganda’s economic transformation that over the last three decades has done little to fundamentally turnaround the fate of the majority poor Ugandans because the bulk of the economy remains out of reach for the vast majority of citizens.

Many African governments have remained in the service of imperialistic goals and activities. These best represent the tragedy we face where leaders speak big but act the opposite, denounce the West but keep Africa tied to Western imperatives.

In this episode, Dr Moses Khisa mentioned the case of Uganda’s economic transformation that over the last three decades has done little to fundamentally turnaround the fate of the majority poor Ugandans because the bulk of the economy remains out of reach for the vast majority of citizens. He asks…whose Africa is rising?

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