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*THE CURSE OF AFRICA*

Most of the African nations have these resources stacked between the cities and villages. Most of the resources are being converted into useful products and the revenue from this is being used as the major driver of their economy. Sadly, even though most of the nations in Africa are blessed with many natural resources, this has always been a curse rather than a blessing. The curse on the resource refers to a situation whereby a country has an export-driven natural resources sector that generates large revenues for the government but leads paradoxically to economic stagnation and unstable political situation.

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