President William Ruto Thursday said Africa must take charge of its development.
He said the Continent’s leadership must find ways of implementing Vision 2063 and fund it as much as possible.
Ruto explained that for Africa to make the necessary transformational strides, the youth — who have a requisite drive, energy and skills — must be fully involved.
“These are Africa’s greatest resource; we must be particular about their education and training,” Ruto said.
He spoke on Thursday at State House, Nairobi, when he held talks with the Africa Union Development Agency – New Partnership for Africa’s Development (AUDA- NEPAD) CEO Nardos Bekele-Thomas.
He expressed Kenya’s support for the Agency.
He said AUDA, under the New Partnership for African Development, should work with other formations for faster implementation of the continent’s Vision 2063.