The 77 Percent — Gang violence upsurge in Africa

Organized crime is emerging as a bigger threat to Africa’s development than terrorism, analysts have claimed. In the wake of tough economic times affecting most African nations, more and more young people are ending up in criminal gangs. In Kenya and Cameroon, gang violence is an alarming concern. But do you think hard economic times is the only reason why young people turn to criminal gangs?
11 Jan English Germany News

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