/> Africa is blessed beyond measure: President Kagame remarks at the Fifth Investing in Africa Forum | Brazzaville – Global Pan Africanism Network <
  • GA -3342821 Accra ,Ghana
  • +254700614290/+233541098521

Africa is blessed beyond measure: President Kagame remarks at the Fifth Investing in Africa Forum | Brazzaville

 

 

“Africa, as we know, is blessed beyond measure, particularly with hard-working Africans, expanding middle-class, and dedicated men and women who are ready to seize all the opportunities we are able to generate. We, therefore, have everything to gain by continuing to strengthen the foundations of strong, dynamic national economies, which form the building blocks of successful regional integration. We have much work ahead to ensure that we maximize Africa’s generally favorable economic outlook. We must continue building positive mindsets of success in Africa’s young people, as we equip them with education and skills, and support entrepreneurship and innovation. Young Africans have to see our continent as a place to build successful careers and businesses and be empowered to chart their own futures. Africa has never had as much freedom as we currently do, to come together, and assert our interests with one voice. We are already making progress in building a solid foundation of security and political stability, which allows us to focus on entrenching good governance and a culture of accountability.” President Kagame remarks at the Fifth Investing in Africa Forum | Brazzaville, 10 September 2019


To view more photos: https://www.flickr.com/…/paulkagame/albums/72157710785759572

Tags Cloud

#RIPJJRAWLINGSABMABM 2020ABMConferenceAddis AbabaAevis DugasAfricaAfrica DayAfrica my story challengeAfrican AmericanAfrican Business MonthAfrican ChildAfrican History ArchivesAfrican NarrativeAfrican UnionAfrican-AmericansAfricomAfrocentrismAgenda 2063Amat NdureAmilcar CabralAmy AshwoodApartheidAU AmbassadorAUC ChairpersonAUC Elections 2021AutomobilesBeesBenny WendaBlack ConsciousnessBlack HistoryBlack Mental HealthBlack UnityBootstrapBrazzavilleBuy Africa Build AfricaCalvin KleinsCape VerdeCaribbeanCharityChildren RightsChinaAfricaCivil RightsClimate ActionColonial AgreementsColonialismCommunityCongoCoupCOVID19CultureCyclingCyril RamaphosaDAC2020ConferenceDecolonizationDevelopmentDiasporaDisabilityDjiboutiDr Arikana ChihomboriEconomyEcowasEducationEgyptElectionsEnvironmentEthiopiaExploitationFacebookFijiFood SecurityForeign Military BasesForeign RelationsFranceFree MandabayanGarifunaGenocideGERDGhanaGhana ElectionsGlue AppGPANGuineaHead BallHistoriaHistoryHondurasHorn of AfricaHuman RightsIHEBAImperialismIndependenceIndigenous PeopleIndonesiaInequalitiesInvesting In AfricaIWritewhatilikeJacob ZumaJusticeKenyaKwame NkrumahKwame TureLeadershipLesothoLiteratureLobsterLumad PeopleMagufuliMaliMali EmpireMarxismMediaMelanesiaMilitarizationMotorcycleMugabe MemorialMy Hair My CrownMy StoryNatural ResourcesNatureNeocolonialismNGONigerNigeriaOral LiteraturePacificPan African ConferencePan AfricanismPatrice LumumbaPaul KagamePhilippinesPlightPNGPoliticsQRacismRobert MugabeRwandaSADCSahelScramble for AfricaSecuritySelf DeterminationSlaverySomaliaSonghaiSouth AfricaSportsSteve BikoSudanTanzaniaTanzania ElectionsTechnological AdvancementTechnologyThe Poor ManThomas SankaraTravel AdvisoryTribalismUgandaUhuru KenyattaUKULMWPUNUN Security CouncilUNGAUnited States of AfricaUnityUS War CrimesWangari MaathaiWest AfricaWest PapuaWest Papua UprisingWomen EmpowermentWordPressWorld Afro DayXenophobiaYouthZambiaZimbabweZindzi Mandela

Leave A Comment

× Whatsapp
%d bloggers like this: