This year's Ibrahim Index of Africa's Governance (IIAG), released by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, shows that while Africa has made good progress in overall improvement in governance over the past decade, the past five years have seen that progress slow down.
Meanwhile, eight of the twelve countries that register decline in Overall Governance over the last decade show no signs of turning things around, decreasing at an even faster rate over the last five years.
As a result, Africa’s average governance improvement has slowed down. In the last 5 years, more countries decline than in the last 10 in all the IIAG’s governance categories apart from Safety & Rule of Law.
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