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PAN AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL TEAM PAYS COURTESY VISIT TO FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA AT LUSAKA|Blissful Affairs Online

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PAN AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL TEAM PAYS COURTESY VISIT TO FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA AT LUSAKA|Blissful Affairs Online

NⁿThe Pan African International team led by the Chairman  Dr. Emmanuel Iheagwazi, the Chief Editor/founder  Prince David Anyia and other notable crew members paid a courtesy visit to the former Zambian vice President Dr. Nevers Mumber at Lusaka the nation’s capital.
In the offing is the Pan African International Investment Conference and Awards to discuss investment in Africa by Africans and His Excellency the former vice President of Zambia Dr. Nevers Mumber has been selected as a keynote speaker during the forth coming conference/awards slated for Sunday, May 26th 2024 @ Lagos Oriental Hotels/Towers, Victoria Island, Lagos by 1pm.
Again, His Excellency, President  Hakainde Hichilema , President of Zambia, has  been nominated to receive President of the year award alongside other notable personalities in the continent and in Disapora.

Pan African International is constantly railing on pragmatic objectives to stand Africa up over the years. They include:

Sensitizing African leaders to embrace good governance, accountability, integrity, and the rule of law.

Promoting sustainable economic growth and socio-political development in Africa.

Showcasing and honoring credible leaders, organizations, and individuals contributing to African development through the prestigious PAN AFRICAN AWARDS.

Encouraging leaders in various positions of authority to see leadership as a call to service for sustainable development.

Advocating for honesty and transparency in governance and leadership in Africa.

Bringing together African leaders, government institutions, research institutions, investors, political leaders, academics, and the private sector to discuss and find lasting solutions to challenges such as terrorism, insecurity, corruption, and underdevelopment.

Discussing effective best practices for good governance and the African model for economic development.

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