Bush in Africa

2008-02-19 00:00

With the nomination process for presidential candidates in full swing in the United States, President George W. Bush has embarked on his final official visit to the continent of Africa.

His current visit to five countries in Africa, beginning with Tanzania, must have this in mind and he is bringing with him grants of many millions of U.S. dollars to assist with development projects and with the fight against HIV/Aids. These grants are conditional upon good democratic governance and guarantees against corrupt practices.

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