14 April 2018

Africa: Nafie - CAPP Is Confident in Capabilities of African Women

Khartoum — The Secretary-General of the Council of African Political Parties (CAPP), DR Nafie Ali Nafie has underscored that CAPP is assured of capabilities and creation of women in Africa as well as in their effective roles in achievement of development of the continent and well-being of its people.

He called , while he was addressing meeting of Executive Office of CAPP' Women Wing at Communication Tower in Khartoum, Saturday, the Office to work for attaining major achievements in Africa , saying it falls on your shoulder task of empowerment of African women politically and economically.

Dr Nafie pointed out that the CAPP has given concern to political development inside the member parties by calling for boosting values of freedom, democracy, integrity and transparency in addition to building f independent partisan institutions.

He unveiled that the CAPP has decided to form a coordinating body in each region of the five African regions to be an effective instruments in achievement of the Council through boosting the joint work between the African political parties , and directing efforts towards attainment of the continent's major goals propounded by AU.

Deputy Chairperson of CAPP's Women Wing , for her part, said the CAPP Women Wing represents voice of African women , calling for taking steps for assisting women to carry out their roles towards the continent.

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