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1. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Ph.D
Managing Director of the World Bank

Education:
Ngozi Iweala-Okonjo was educated at Harvard University (A.B. Magna Cum Laude 1977) and earned her Ph.D. in regional economics and development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngozi_Okonjo-Iweala
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YpticqS9-8[/ame]

2. Asha-Rose Migiro, Ph.D
Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Education:
Migiro commenced her education at Mnazi Mmoja Primary School in 1963. She later moved on to Korogwe Primary School, Weruweru Secondary School, and, finally, Korogwe Secondary School, where she graduated high school in 1975.

She obtained her LL.B and LL.M from the University of Dar es Salaam and her Ph.D. in 1992 from the University of Konstanz in Germany.

http://www.un.org/sg/deputysg.shtml
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO51mLQ_JI4[/ame]

3, Anna Tibaijuka, Ph.D
Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Director of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)

Education:
D.Sc Agro-Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Science in Uppsala, Sweden

Honorary Doctorate degrees conferred:
the University of McGill in Canada
University College London, UK
Herriot Watt in Scotland.

Anna Tibaijuka is is a Foreign Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture.

http://www.unhabitat.org/categories.asp?catid=14
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byvG34D9b44[/ame]

4. Dambisa Moyo, Ph.D
Economist, Author

Education:
Doctorate in Economics from Oxford University
Master of Public Administration in International Development from Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
MBA in Finance and Bachelors degree in Chemistry from the American University in Washington D.C.

Awards
In May 2009, TIME Magazine named Moyo as one of the world's 100 most influential people

[ame]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dambisa_Moyo[/ame]
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXWIUg30Cpk[/ame]

5. Ory Okolloh
Blogger

Education:
SJD, Harvard Law School, Harvard University
BA in Political Science, the University of Pittsburgh

http://www.kenyanpundit.com/
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0652vE9Q3VQ[/ame]
 

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Ngozi Okonjo is real good, I have listened her speech from 00:00 to end, everything from kichwani, mama anajua uchumi.

JK na degree yake ya uchumi akisimama na huyu mama aibu!
 

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Nimemsikiliza mama Ngozi naona anakuwa apologetic of cosmetic success. To me, if you may ask, the honest person among these people above who is really addressing our plight as a continent, is Dambisa. Why do I say that? for more than Fifty years Africa has been fighting same problems and challenges. Ngozi want us to believe that the arrest of one Governor was a gamer changer so to speak on corruption/governance front. But what she fails to tell us is why should the biggest corporations like WB and IMF (under her watch) should continue dishing out cash to corruption stricken countries like Tanzania, Kenya nk? The answer is, WB is a business entity, not interested in a poor man`s plight.

I agree with Dambisa. Without Africans taking charge of their destiny, we wil always be content with largesses of the rich from the western world.

Juzi nilikuwa nasome report moja ya influential economist huko Europe, out of 8 billion dollars ambazo western countries wame pump in Afghanistan, 90% of the money went back to the West. Such sobering statistics can be replicated in Africa. What do I think we should do? First we should recognize that, international relations is premised on national interests and not on genuine friendship. We just need to invest in accountability of our system and leaders.

Bila kuhakikisha akina Chenge, Lowassa na Azziz wanakwenda Segerea na kufilisiwa mali zao, bila kuhakikisha kwamba wale tunaowapigia kura wanawajibika kwa waliowachagua, bila kuhakikisha wasomi wanaopiga kelele kila siku wakiwa kwenye confort zones huko Europe na kwingineko wanatake active role ya kushirikiana na wananchi wa kawaida kujikomboa (ambao hawakusoma), we are in for a long night.

Its so sad, lakini ukweli ni kwamba Africa tumeshindwa kujitawala.
 

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Nimemsikiliza mama Ngozi naona anakuwa apologetic of cosmetic success. To me, if you may ask, the honest person among these people above who is really addressing our plight as a continent, is Dambisa. Why do I say that? for more than Fifty years Africa has been fighting same problems and challenges. Ngozi want us to believe that the arrest of one Governor was a gamer changer so to speak on corruption/governance front. But what she fails to tell us is why should the biggest corporations like WB and IMF (under her watch) should continue dishing out cash to corruption stricken countries like Tanzania, Kenya nk? The answer is, WB is a business entity, not interested in a poor man`s plight.

I agree with Dambisa. Without Africans taking charge of their destiny, we wil always be content with largesses of the rich from the western world.

Juzi nilikuwa nasome report moja ya influential economist huko Europe, out of 8 billion dollars ambazo western countries wame pump in Afghanistan, 90% of the money went back to the West. Such sobering statistics can be replicated in Africa. What do I think we should do? First we should recognize that, international relations is premised on national interests and not on genuine friendship. We just need to invest in accountability of our system and leaders.

Bila kuhakikisha akina Chenge, Lowassa na Azziz wanakwenda Segerea na kufilisiwa mali zao, bila kuhakikisha kwamba wale tunaowapigia kura wanawajibika kwa waliowachagua, bila kuhakikisha wasomi wanaopiga kelele kila siku wakiwa kwenye confort zones huko Europe na kwingineko wanatake active role ya kushirikiana na wananchi wa kawaida kujikomboa (ambao hawakusoma), we are in for a long night.

Its so sad, lakini ukweli ni kwamba Africa tumeshindwa kujitawala.
Tumekuwa na mitazamo ya hovyo sana kwamba hatuwezi kufanya lolote bila kwenda kuomba misaada ya watu kutoka nje. Dawa ya matatizo yetu haiko Ulaya. Ni sisi kuamua tunataka nini. Far East na China ni mifano inayojitosheleza ya nini tunaweza kupata kama tukiamua kujituma kutafuta maendeleo.
 

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