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Africa Policy and Development Summit holds in Kigali, Rwanda

As part of its mandate of providing a platform where development issues can be debated, and solutions discussed, with a view to transmitting such to decision makers at the national, regional and continental levels, while contributing to the search for workable solutions to new and persistent problems of developmental transformation and effectiveness in Africa, the Mandela Legacy Centre for Leadership and Development a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in keeping with the ideals of the late world icon -Nelson Mandela and specifically to uphold outstanding leadership and promote enduring development in Africa, will be hosting key policymakers and development stakeholders from within and outside the continent including: Heads of Government Agencies; Ministries, Departments, Representatives of UN Agencies, Financial Institutions and Representatives, Elected Government Officials, Heads of Africa’s Defence and Security Organizations, Development Agencies, Private Sector Organizations, Multilateral Organizations, International NGOs/CBOs, Academics, Professionals, major Think-Tank on African Relations and full suite of the local and international media at the 2018 Africa Policy and Development Summit – Kigali 2018, with the theme “Balancing priority in a changing contextbilled for 27-28 September, 2018 at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Convention Center-Kigali, Rwanda,

Key Highlights of the summit shall include; Keynote Presentations, High Level Panels, Breakout/Sector Based Meetings, Unparalleled Networking, VIP Gala Dinner and Awards.

 Africa Policy and Development Summit seeks to promote new, alternative and cutting edge thinking on the development challenges that Africa faces, and its outcomes will also be codified into policy notes, briefs and think pieces. It also provides space for the Center to introduce some of its research products as a contribution to the search for solutions.

It will provide space for African leaders, international mediators and negotiatorsresearchers, policy makers, development practitioners and writers on African issues, to dialogue and debate on critical issues of development in the continent with a view to partnering for shared prosperity.

The Summit shall further climax into a glamorous showcase of Africa’s best in good governance, development promotions and outstanding leadership. The Center is desirous of documenting these legacies of the new champions of Africa for posterity.

For participation and inquiries, please contact +234 8037478294, +2348119740015 or e-mail chrys@localhost

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