We have horrible instead of Honorable leaders

there is a sense that to be a leader in developing countries is obtaining something of value that people has to fight at all cost to win the title.it has been seen leaders accumulating wealth for their own good leaving the honest local civilians empty handed hence accelerating poverty instead of eradication.
there is a sense these leaders have been puppets of the strong nations.The so called donors are the ones which sucks the wealth of the undeveloped countries using these unethical leaders.
in this sense the poor feeds the rich.....

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