Why democracy will never succeed in Africa

Case study: Nigeria

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The key is a new system of government

A system of government that carries the people along but at the same time has a single voice of direction. A system of government that puts the best people in positions and gives them no reason to fail. A system of government that takes popularity contest out of governance. A system of government involves the traditional rulers and forces them to be who they were crowned to be. A system of government that makes it possible for exhaustive decisions to be made in minutes without disregarding any side of the argument. A system of government where everybody accepts the person in office and there are no bribes, phony campaigns, or hate speech. A system of government where execution is king and sympathy is secondary. A system of government where people decide what part of the government they want to fund with their taxes. Maybe the whole world needs it, but Nigeria needs it more.

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