Lost in Democracy is an exposé on Africa's difficulty with democracy. It examines the indigenous systems of government that existed in different parts of the continent prior to the arrival of explorers and colonial adventurers in the continent as well as the introduction of the western sociopolitical systems. It compares African leadership with leaderships in other parts of the world with similar colonial experiences and identifies the problems posed by global powers protecting strategic interests in Africa. It also identifies the strength and weaknesses of democracy in the continent against the backdrop of all such difficulties as well as the up and down sides of the primordial African indigenous systems. It concludes with suggestions of possible alternatives to the current unworkable systems.
Frisky Larr is a German-based Radio/Television Journalist with several years of working experience as a Freelance Radio Journalist in different regions of Germany. Four years of studying Radio/Television Journalism at the University of Ankara in Turkey was followed by a master's degree program in the combined study of Communication Science, Political Science and Social Psychology at the Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany. Besides authoring several articles on burning political issues in several Nigerian dailies at different points in time since 2006, Frisky Larr currently
writes for several reputable Nigerian media outlets. He is also the author of "Nigeria's Journalistic Militantism" and "Africa's Diabolical Entrapment".