Most African governments continue to grapple with the challenge of a widening wealth gap in the different African countries where inequality continues to shadow the economic growth or social political gains such as growing democracy, human rights and inclusivity in the developing African nations.
Kenya, a developing East African country has had a great inequality challenge where the wealth remains concentrated in the hands of a small segment of the population, earning East Africa’s largest economy a place among the world’s most unequal societies, the UN’s latest human development report shows. The report, which was released recently . . .
October 12, 2018