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Chief Charumbira, PAP President, Meets Mnangagwa to Strategise Unity

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Chief Fortune Charumbira, following his re-election as President of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) in Midrand, South Africa, recently convened with President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House. The meeting aimed to discuss strategies for enhancing unity among the more than 200 Members of Parliament (MPs) serving in the PAP.

During their interaction, Chief Charumbira reaffirmed his commitment to fostering cohesion and cooperation among PAP members. Recognizing the diverse backgrounds and perspectives represented within the parliament, he emphasized the importance of collaboration in addressing continental challenges and advancing the interests of Africa as a whole.

President Mnangagwa lauded Chief Charumbira’s dedication to promoting unity within the PAP and expressed his full support for initiatives aimed at strengthening the institution’s effectiveness in addressing key issues facing the African continent.

Chief Charumbira

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The discussion also touched upon potential areas of focus for the PAP under Chief Charumbira’s leadership, including efforts to promote regional integration, enhance governance frameworks, and tackle pressing socio-economic challenges such as poverty alleviation and infrastructure development.

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Furthermore, both leaders underscored the significance of leveraging partnerships and collaboration with other regional and international bodies to maximize the impact of PAP’s initiatives and promote Africa’s development agenda on the global stage.

The meeting between Chief Fortune Charumbira and President Emmerson Mnangagwa signals a renewed commitment to advancing Pan-African cooperation and solidarity, with a particular emphasis on strengthening the role of the PAP as a key institution in driving continental integration and development efforts.

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