Paul Kagame Elected As Chairperson To Lead African Agenda 2063

17th February 2020

The African Union has elected President Paul Kagame as the new chairperson of one of it’s new agencies which will drive the continent towards its 2063 Agenda.

The Africa Agenda 2063 has seven aspirations and they are as follows:

A prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development; politically integrated continent on ideals of Pan-Africanism and Africa renaissance; governance, democracy, respect of human rights and rule of the law; peaceful secure; strong cultural identity, reliance on an African potential; drive Africa as a strong and influential global partner.

The much praised Rwanda Leader is now the chairperson of the African Union Development Agency – New Partnership for Africa’s Development (The AUDA-NEPAD)

The AUDA-NEPAD is a fundamental module of the AU which seeks to bring both institutions together to work effectively. Paul Kagame has challenged all leaders to make it their duty for its realization.

I can only pledge to do my best, in concert with all of you, to uphold this organ’s founding principles,” said Kagame during his acceptance speech

His election as the chairperson of the AUDA-NEPAD has been welcomed across the continent.

Written by checkoutafrica

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