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A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration: Part IX

If we are serious about reversing rural-urban migration, the priority should be working towards creating a conducive atmosphere for income generation. We take pride in declaring ourselves as an agrarian society yet, we have allowed our farmers to be totally disenchanted with farming turning them into consumers, from their traditional role of producers. Food self-sufficiency […]

A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration: Part VIII

The series of articles on the subject of rural-urban migration –...

A malady called rural-urban migration Part VIII

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A Malady Called Rural-Urban Migration Part II

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A malady called rural-urban migration

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