Africa can solve its problems, says Ruto
Deputy President William Ruto has called for reforms at the United Nations Security Council to give Africa more representation in it. He said majority of the UN’s decisions are about Africa and it will only make sense if the continent is given more say to make decisions.
The DP said interventions by the African Union in conflicts around the continent clearly indicate Africa has the ability to provide home-grown solutions to the problems it faces.
Ruto spoke yesterday when he represented President Uhuru Kenyatta at the United Nations Great Lakes Peace, Security and Cooperation Summit in Luanda, Angola. He urged all partners to remain committed towards attaining the benchmarks set to realise long-term stability and development.