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OUTGOING CHAIRPERSON OF AU COMMISSION DECRIES THE UNION’S LACK OF POLITICAL WILL               

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OUTGOING CHAIRPERSON OF AU COMMISSION DECRIES THE UNION’S LACK OF POLITICAL WILL                                                                                 17-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    The outgoing Chairperson of the Africa Union Commission, Mr. Moussaka Mahamat, has decried the Union’s lack of political will to implement decisions adopted at its summits, thereby eroding its credibility.

At the opening of the plenary session of its 37th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the AU, Mr. Mahamat, argued that 93 percent of the decisions taken had not been implemented.

He complained that the Chairperson, being the legal representative and accounting officer of the Union, had constantly and deliberately been denied the margins of manoeuvres to act urgently on strategic issues.

The outgoing Chairperson of the AU, who identified member-countries’ partnerships with powerful countries as the major factor inhibiting the Union from implementing its decisions, suggested the rejection of aids, which is being used as a weapon to render them useless to their peoples.

Mr. Mahamat lamented the challenges of security, climate change, and negative factors draining the continent of the resources needed to fund strategic and critical projects to enable her stand on her own feet.

He also commended South Africa’s role in the crisis between Israel and Palestine, and called on the global community to unite against all kinds of aggression against the weak.

Mr. Mahamat also reminded the gathering of the increasing rate of unconstitutional change of government across the continent, calling for the stoppage of actions or inactions breeding such changes.

He called for actions that could end political crises across the continent, envisaging that impact unity of purpose alone could destroy insecurity and bring prosperity.

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