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Andrew Mwenda

Kampala, Uganda

Andrew M. Mwenda is an editor at Uganda's Monitor newspaper. He is also a founding member of ACODE, a public policy research think tank in Kampala, Uganda. He was born in Fort Portal, Uganda and became a reporter with Monitor Newspaper in Kampala. In 1999, he won the British Chevening scholarship and did an MSc in Development Studies at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies. He is currently a John Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Close.

Andrew Mwenda

Kampala, Uganda

Andrew M. Mwenda is an editor at Uganda's Monitor newspaper. He is also a founding member of ACODE, a public policy research think tank in Kampala, Uganda. more »

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February 7, 2007 2:35 PM

Africa Must Fix Itself (Writer Responds to Readers)

I read Mr. Gumede's analysis with great interest. But I do not agree with much of it. China's recent interest in increasing its aid to, investment in and trade with Africa is not worth getting particularly excited or agitated about. The West is doing just fine.

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