The republic of monkeys by Jean-François Kouadio Botsotso

The republic of monkeys by Jean-François Kouadio

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Book Title
The republic of monkeys by Jean-François Kouadio
Author
Botsotso
ISBN
9780994708113
How can poverty be erradicated? How can Africa be industrialised? How can corruption be fought? How armed conflicts be settled? Why are so many Africans maladjusted once back from western universities? How can religious fundamentalism and fanaticism be contained? Do we really fight xenophobia and tribalism? How deeply do we comprehend the principles of the social contract? How do we hold back and eradicate pandemic diseases? How do we contain bad citizenship and insecurity? The sole aim of these stories is to point out some of the daily behaviours Africans should rid ourselves of in the process of building better functioning societies.
How can poverty be erradicated? How can Africa be industrialised? How can corruption be fought? How armed conflicts be settled? Why are so many Africans maladjusted once back from western universities? How can religious fundamentalism and fanaticism be contained? Do we really fight xenophobia and tribalism? How deeply do we comprehend the principles of the social contract? How do we hold back and eradicate pandemic diseases? How do we contain bad citizenship and insecurity? The sole aim of these stories is to point out some of the daily behaviours Africans should rid ourselves of in the process of building better functioning societies.
How can poverty be erradicated? How can Africa be industrialised? How can corruption be fought? How armed conflicts be settled? Why are so many Africans maladjusted once back from western universities? How can religious fundamentalism and fanaticism be contained? Do we really fight xenophobia and tribalism? How deeply do we comprehend the principles of the social contract? How do we hold back and eradicate pandemic diseases? How do we contain bad citizenship and insecurity? The sole aim of these stories is to point out some of the daily behaviours Africans should rid ourselves of in the process of building better functioning societies.