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PAP President Charumbira challenges students of Pan African University

President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), H. E. Hon. Chief Fortune Charumbira has challenged the students of Pan African University to help Africa reach its developmental goals.

H. E. Hon. Chief Charumbira gave the challenge when the PAP delegation to Algeria, traveled to Tlemcen, a city in northern Algeria for an encounter with students at the Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Science (PAUWES), where he delivered a keynote address.

Hosted by Abou Bakr Belkaïd University of Tlemcen, the Institute was created in 2014 by the African Union Commission, in the framework of the Pan African University (PAU). Since its establishment, over 250 students from 31 countries across Africa are currently enrolled.

“I’m impressed by how the programs of this institute are designed to produce engineers and policy analysts, able to address Africa’s most pressing development challenges. We need to come up with solutions to our own problems. And this is what these institutions of higher learning are meant to deliver. The PAP is your ally in this process. This is the Parliament of the entire continent and we stand ready to carry your voices,” concluded the PAP President.

Selected students from various parts of the continent enrolled at PAUWES sensitized members of the PAP delegation on their different cultures while calling on the Continental Parliament to help young Africans occupy their rightful place within the AU architecture.

The visit at PAUWES concluded with a tree planting ceremony officiated by the President of the PAP at location of the future building of PAUWES in the city of Tlemcen.

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