When we look at Democracy in Africa, it is safe to say Africans should bring forth their own approach to democracy which will enable them to govern well and strive for a better continent. Here is a write-up on the subject of African Democracy by Victor Gbonegun published in the Guardian. Extract:
Africans have consistently shown strong desire for democratic and accountable governance, but are not satisfied with the quality of democracy in their countries, says Afrobarometer.
The Director of Surveys, Boniface Dulani, said this, yesterday, at an African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) civil society engagement webinar hosted in collaboration with the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC), Data for Governance Alliance and EU-funded project focused on promoting democracy, good governance and human rights in the continent.
Dulani explained: “While the story on the support for democracy is positive, unfortunately, the picture on the supply side is negative.”
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