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poverty economy  when he stated that poverty is the worst oppressor . Rather than being all economical development, all the time , the AU is bogged down with dealing with the violence (Sudan, et al), and desperate health situations of many families. Jeffery Sachs (Harvard Professor and UN advisor) has gone militant on the world banking and loaning nations, recommending that African national just stop paying their onerous foreign dept, and use their capital to invest and build institute in their own nations to improve

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