Pan-Africanist Brian Kagaro says a Black inferiority complex is holding back Africans – so much so that corrupt African politicians don’t even spend or keep their ill-gotten gains in their own continent, choosing to funnel them into the West instead. He says Africa needs new leadership models fast, as a generation of young people will otherwise repeat the mistakes of the past. But he also argues we need to harness the experience and expertise of older generations from outside politics and that we need to be less leader-centric. Watch him make the case, and let us know if you agree.
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