From the years 1920 -2017, the people of Central African Republic (CAR) have never enjoyed a peaceful and free prosperous society. From Saint-Sylvestre coup d'état in 1965 through to other coups and various violence up to date have denied the new generation, their basic right to education and a healthy future.
People like the welfare state because they suppose that it comes at no costs and provides many benefits. If people knew how much the present consumption of social benefits entails less prosperity in the future, the population would have a critical attitude towards the welfare state and politicians would have a harder time selling their fraud.
It has become a herculean task for government to play the defensive role in preventing its national currency from falling into the net. The free fall of the Cedi to the US Dollar is a worry to Ghana’s Central Bank – Bank of Ghana (BoG).
Trade has been the motor of economic, social and political integration of African countries for many centuries prior to the establishment of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in 1963. In 1980, the OAU adopted the Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa 1980-2000, articulating a regional development plan for Africa that included the formation of an African Common Market.
My heart felt condolences for all who have died or injured through the activities of vigilantism in Ghana. Vigilante groups in Ghana have gained recognition, funding and support because their activities benefit political parties.
The longing for the socialist dream comes in part from the great success of capitalism as an engine of prosperity. From the nineteenth century onwards, the entrepreneurial economy created prosperity on a scale that had never been seen before in history.The socialists, however, believed economic success would become even greater in a society of egalitarian redistribution.
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