Bakili Muluzi says African Forum discuses sustainable development

Malawi’s former president Bakili Muluzi joined other retired and serving African Heads of State to a summit in Equatorial Guinea whose agenda was  ‘consolidating peace, security and stability for sustainable development in Africa.

African Forum

African Forum

Muluzi with other former presidents

Muluzi with other former presidents

Muluzi chatting with Kenneth Kaunda

Muluzi chatting with Kenneth Kaunda

Muluzi, attended the summit which included for Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda, former Mozambican President Chissano, Benin President Thomas Boni and Africa’s longest ruler the Equatorial Guinea president Teodoro Obiang Nguema opened the summit.

According to Muluzi, the group of  of former African heads of state – Africa Forum whose chairman is Chissano, exchanged views on the specific role of the African Foru on financing African Union and its Agenda 2063.

“We also reflected on the state of democracy and governance in Africa towards building developmental capable state,” said Muluzi.

Muluzi, who ruled Malawi from 1994 to 2004, said  Africa Forum has built on the fact that today’s rulers will be the former rulers of the future.

The purpose of the Forum is to benefit from the experience of former leaders to support Africa’s quest for development and stability and to use their wide range of local and international contacts for resource mobilization.

Muluzi, is  also a goodwill ambassador and messenger of justice and human rights for Africa.

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5 thoughts on “Bakili Muluzi says African Forum discuses sustainable development”

  1. Atcheya ndi big man

  2. Wandu kogoya says:

    abongololo munayambana chiyani ndi Atcheya? are you saying Muluzi sanapange kaikonse? mutchuleni amene anabweresa muit party uno?

    1. Malawian says:

      And you think brought multiparty to Malawi. Shallow mind. Your understanding of our history is so basic. Pathetic

  3. Bongololo says:

    Muluzi is hardly a spokesperson of national development nor things of economic concern. By the end of his presidency, he left Malawi in a deep economic mess which moved the country backwards than forward. He needs to shut up and tend to his phony back pain!

  4. Kokani says:

    Msana uja no more now koma tcheya kkkkkkkkkkkk

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