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CAPP Calls For Increased Support For A United Africa



The Council of African Political Parties (CAPP), has called for African nations increased support of the council to help address its operational challenges, and ensure the unity and prosperity of the continent.

Speaking at the 10th meeting of CAPP’s Standing Committee in Tunisia, President of the Council, Hajiya Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, who congratulated the recently elected executives of the standing committee, deemed the contribution and support of countries and their political parties important towards addressing operational challenges of CAPP – in particular in the facilitation of the logistical and financial constraints.

She further noted that member states payments of their dues when due ‘will go a long way towards mitigating the forementioned constraints.’

Highlighting the recent changes in government in the continent, such as in Liberia, Kenya and Zimbabwe, which she mildly attributed to African political parties dedication to development, Aliyu urged other Africans to “take a cue from the good examples set towards finding good resolution to political events” in the continent.

Aliyu also singularly commended the efforts of the President of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir, for his “unwavering commitment to the success of CAPP”, while urging other African countries to do the same.

She further commended the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari for Nigeria’s recent rescue of some of the abducted Chibok School girls in north-east Nigeria.

In addition, CAPP urged the international community to aid in the sourcing of permanent solutions to the humanitarian crises in South Sudan and in Somalia.






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