This week's question is about money. More specifically, what you would do if you had more money than you could ever think of. As the first- and second-generation children of immigrants grow older along with the rise of Social Entrepreneurship, there is more talk about the African Diaspora's contribution to the development of the African continent.
So, here's the question. If you were given more money than you could ever think of with only one string attached: spend it all to help people in your native or your parents' country or to progress the development of the African continent as a whole, how you would you spend the money?
There are so many choices. Would you create a fund that would provide incentives in the forms of jobs and pensions for heads of states to encourage them to only serve the term specified in the constitution? Would you make sure that there is a school in every town, every city, every village? Would you fund a business competition for entrepreneurs on a national or regional level? Would you pay for the training and the placement of birth attendants in every village?
How would you spend the money?
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