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Africa adopts Museveni’s paper on development bottlenecks

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Museveni makes his presentation in Nairobi on Friday. PHOTOS PPU

African leaders to adopt President Museveni’s paper as blue-print to guide continent on development

African leaders have agreed to use President Yoweri Museveni’s paper on bottlenecks facing Africa’s development as a blue print to guide the continent.

President Museveni’s presentation on Friday at the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) meeting in Nairobi, Kenya was adopted  after he explained in detail the 10 bottlenecks to Africa’s growth and development. The meeting was chaired by host President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The motion to adopt the paper and task the APRM secretariat to expand it into a blue-print for the continent was moved by South African President Jacob Zuma. The proposal was unanimously supported.

President Museveni told the meeting that he had arrived at the 10 bottlenecks after watching the development scene in Africa for 50 years.

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Museveni Statement at Ticad 26 August 2016 Nairobi by The Independent Magazine on Scribd


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