Uhuru asks teachers to seek observer status at African Union » Capital News


Speaking when he opened the 10th African Confederation of Principals (ACP) meeting in Mombasa, President Kenyatta said he would lobby other African Heads of State to give an observer status to the group/PSCU

, MOMBASA, Kenya, Aug 7 – President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised African teachers to seek for observer status at the African Union so that they can engage directly with the continent’s top leadership.

The President said teachers have one of the biggest roles in moulding new generations of Africans and their input in Pan-Africanism is invaluable.

Speaking when he opened the 10th African Confederation of Principals (ACP) meeting in Mombasa, President Kenyatta said he would lobby other African Heads of State to give an observer status to the group.

The Head of State challenged the…

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