Mahama To Speak At Chatham House Africa Programme
Former President John Dramani Mahama will today, January 27, 2023, deliver a lecture on the topic “Africa’s Strategic Priorities and Global Role” at the Chatham House Africa Programme.
He will deliver the speech later this afternoon in the United Kingdom (UK).
In a social media post, he said this will allow him to further his advocacy for Africa’s Agenda 2063 goals.
“It will be an opportunity to continue my advocacy for a resilient Africa that works strategically towards the attainment of the continent’s Agenda 2063 goals. I will also interact with the audience on our continent’s strategic priorities.”
He will be supported by some executive members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) including Chairman Asiedu Nketia, the Director of International Affairs of the NDC, Comrade Alex Segbefia, Deputy National Women Organizer, Comrade Abigail Elorm Akwambea, and the Deputy Treasurer of the party, Comrade Vida Addae.
According to a statement released by the NDC, “the lecture will among other things discuss the prospects for economic recovery and growth on the African continent in light of recent debt crisis that has compelled African countries including Ghana to seek debt treatment under the G20 Common Framework”.
Chatham House says Mr John Dramani Mahama will discuss his ideas on the key economic and governance reforms required for economic stability and prosperity across Africa.
He will also discuss priorities for regional integration and Africa’s role and responsibilities in global economic governance.
Later, the national executives of the NDC will meet the UK/Ireland Chapter of the NDC as part of this visit together with Mr Mahama.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini