Corrupt central authorities who practices nepotism on a large scale
Congo (called Congo-Brazzaville to differentiate it from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, its big neighbor) is a country of Central Africa located on the equator, sparsely populated despite an honorable size. The country reaches an estimated 5.3 million inhabitants in 2018. And its annual population growth remains very high, at +3.68% per year on average between 2010 and 2017. Its neighbors are Gabon, Cameroon , the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo – from which it is separated by the Congo River and Oubangui – and Angola, in the region of Cabinda.