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Allow Visa-Free Entry For Fellow Africans – John Mahama

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Allow For Visa-Free Entry By Fellow Africans - John Mahama

John Dramani Mahama celebrated this year’s Africa Youth Day, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he shared his thoughts on Pan-Africanism and how we can address the challenges the continent and especially African youth continue to face in their efforts to realize a united, peaceful and prosperous Africa.

The Africa Prospective Leaders’ Summit 2022 brought together youth from 42 African Countries including Ghana.

He wants to thank Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for the initiative and funding of the maiden edition of the summit.
“I want to thank Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the Government and the People of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia for the consideration, initiative and funding of the maiden edition of the Summit.”

He added that “Bringing the youth of the continent together, as has been done, to share experiences and whatever best practices they bring along from their individual countries is an excellent start. It also provides them with a great networking opportunity – something the continent needs in the quest to enhance the capacity and skills of our youth to utilize its untapped potential.”

“Africa should aim for a take-off to rapid growth, a double-digit growth, and Africa’s breakthrough will be nearer. We are talking about smart infrastructure we are discussing the use of smart technology on our farms, and we are looking at how to build an effective digital economy that provides huge opportunities for entrepreneurship and businesses that serve the world from Africa. With young people with the right skill set, we should be moving to achieve that.” He added

He urged them all to start what he calls Visa-Free entry for all fellow Africans.
“And I am looking forward to all the countries on the African continent allowing for visa-free entry by fellow Africans or an easier visa-on-arrival. process. I started it in Ghana in 2016, Rwanda followed suit, and later, Kenya, and I think we can all do it. That way, the benefits of the networking African youth are exposed to, can be enhanced with reciprocal visits to each other.”

Author: kwameDoh

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