“A collective effort is required to address a challenge that is collectively shared”. We await the outcome(s) of the AU’s Summit on Terrorism. See article below:
Africa: Kenya to Host AU Summit On Terrorism
By Joseph Muraya
Nairobi — Kenya will host the Africa Union Peace and Security Council Summit on Terrorism, to be attended by a number of Heads of State and Government from the continent on Tuesday.
Already, six presidents have confirmed attendance at the one-day summit among them the leaders of Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Somalia.
The presidents of Tanzania and Uganda will also be present.
The meeting is expected to agree on concrete steps meant to enhance the ongoing efforts to effectively address the threat of terrorism, including the early ratification and domestication of the relevant AU and international instruments.
Prime Ministers of Namibia and Algeria will lead their countries’ delegations as will Burundi’s First Vice President. Delegations to be led by ministers include Gambia, Ethiopia, Libya and South Africa.
High level ambassadors from Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique will represent their countries.
The summit will also seek ways of mobilizing for additional support to Africa’s efforts and the enhancement of international coordination and collaboration in the war against terror. Read more