Zimbabwe President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that African must stay together to fight the scourge of xenophobia.
This is coming after the looting of shops which mostly belonging to foreigners in South Africa. On Tuesday, President Mnangagwa spoke at the ongoing World Economic Forum (WEF) in Cape Town.
TRENDING:- “Buhari Is A Curse” – Femi Fani-Kayode
Mnangagwa said that all Africans must understand that the world is now integrated.
“We must preach love we must preach that we are one we must preach unity we are brothers and sisters not only in one country but in the region we must move away from the past principle of communities being segregated,” says Mnangagwa.
Meanwhile, the participants in the discussion on Delivering the Promise of Mega Projects at the World Economic Forum on Africa believes that better investment in modern infrastructure projects would produce positive results for the continent.
They said the mega projects will contribute to job creation since a vast majority of young Africans remain unemployed.
African Union representative Amani Abou says,
“The size of our economies are small and cannot absorb all of the potential of young people and cannot create large number of employment that is needed. Some studies say Africa needs million jobs per month this is why mega projects are important.”
- Xenophobia: Nigeria Pulls Out of WES, Recalls High Commissioner to South Africa
- Xenophobia: Buhari Demands Full Compensation For Losses Suffered By Nigerians From South African Government
- XENOPHOBIA: “Apologize To Nigerians Immediately” – Ice Prince Tells SA Rapper, AKA
- Wizkid’s Sends Message To All South Africans Over Xenophobic Attack On Nigerians
- M.I Replies Burna Boy Over His Supports for AKA on Xenophobic
- Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians are Reckless and Unacceptable – Nigeria VP, Osinbajo Reacts