Political Influence rather than #StateCapture

Getting solar panels to the neediest communities, rather than rewarding communities that usually voted for the political party in power.

Dr Charles Sinkala President SADC Business Forum share a moment.

African governments have long dealt with the unfortunate stereotype that they distribute goods solely based on clientelism, nepotism, or corruption. Our study of Ghana’s work to distribute solar panels adds to the growing body of evidence that African governments do respond to need. They can resist political influence. They just may not be able to avoid it completely.

Published by Dr Charles Sinkala

I will go to the World, and when I come back, I will Liberate my people.

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