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Just posted a link to this article on Twitter
, but could not help expanding a little bit. Azad Essa of Al Jazeera notes in this article
how youth have attracted the majority of attention in recent political events world-wide. With this as his baseline, he reports from Senegal with a a pertinent question: “with all of this focus on youth, what about the elderly in Senegal?”
He talks to five people between the ages of 66 and 90. Their answers are as diverse as they are fascinating. But two recurrent themes are the duties and obligations of citizenship and dissatisfaction with the current government
. Definitely worth a read!