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Having read the challenges of Afronia in the first volumes from corruption and civil war to nepotism and vote-rigging, it is great that the author has moved the series into a more positive direction and really capture the opportunities (as well as challenges) of contemporary Africa rather than to keep focusing on stereotypes of the continent and which for those who live outside our great continent might not know about. For those who live in Africa, we know that we are a young, vibrant, and entrepreneurial society, and while yes, there are a number of challenges that we face, especially in governance, the continent is not the basket case that some think we are or would like us to be. This is an important book and fits well within the overall narrative of the Afronia series. I look forward to seeing what happens to the country next. (Stella, Ghana)

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