Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud Urge African Leaders to Jointly Combat Terrorism in the Continent

Somali’s president who had attended the recently Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI) in Kenya urged on the African leaders to unite and combat the menace of terrorism in Africa.

President Mohamud called on African leaders to embrace unity and find lasting solutions to decimate terrorism, which is a great enemy of the continent.

Speaking during the opening of TICAD VI, President Mohamud asked the leaders to come together in resolving challenges facing the African continent in order to achieve Pan-African development agenda and create unity bonds within the member countries.

The Somalia leader also called on the continent to remove tariffs and non-tariff barriers in order to accelerate trade between member countries.

He also urged the leaders at the conference to implement and allow the free movement of people, goods and investments to fulfill the goals.

Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI) was held for the first time on the African Soil; hosted by Kenya, with over 30 heads of state attending the conference.

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