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I downloaded the 36 page report and read through quick, finding it very interesting and useful in terms of the research findings which are real expectation in the African multiparty democracies mostly dominated illiterate populations. To be effective in the management of national interests in the exploitation of natural resources like oil and natural gas in the developing Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana, Government institutions should be composed of the most competent candidates available in order to ensure Governments effectiveness in the maximization of their shares of oil and/or natural gas revenues and their investing to maximize benefit to all citizens throughout generations. Government institutions which are equipped with the most competent candidates available won’t obtain from multiparty democracies dominated by illiterate populations. The oil rich African countries could obtain such Government institutions only if Unity Governments (proportionate to the number of parliament seats a Political Party scores) are what would obtain from their multiparty elections and democracies which engage private sectors in the selection of Presidential candidates from different political parties or the President and the Cabinets. Unity Governments are a mitigation of the political corruption behind misuse of oil revenues in the oil rich developing countries under the rein of multiparty democracies dominated by illiterate populations which determine the composition of their Governments, the Governments also dominated by candidates from the same Political Party. A Government composed of the best candidates available will be competent in the maximization of oil revenues and optimization of their investing for the benefit of all citizens throughout generations. A Unity Government composed of the best candidates available from all Political Parties won’t give political corruption in the management and investing of Government revenues like oil and natural gas a chance in the presence of all on the same table. If this great report could also be put in a simple language on how factors influence and could be mitigated to enable avoidance of political corruption in the management and utilization of oil revenues in the developing countries, many would be able to grasp and apply in the development effective Policies for the management of oil revenues in the oil and natural gas rich developing countries like Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana.