‘Africa requires strategy to liberate its people from poverty, famine’
Written by Millennium on April 24, 2019
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba says Africa requires strategy to liberate its people from poverty and famine.
Mr. Mwamba says Africa has a long history of civilization but its development was hindered by disruptive foreign forces that attacked it with invasion, slavery and colonialism.
Speaking at a gospel album launch of a Zambian Artist at the emperors palace in Johannesburg South Africa Mr. Mwamba said Africans need to liberate their mindset in order to exploit it’s natural resources.
He said it is unfortunate that Africa remains poor despite its wealth.
And Mr. Mwamba has Congratulated Ms. Sheena Muleya a gospel artist who is also the District Commissioner for Choma for the successful album launch .
The event was beamed live from Johannesburg on the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation sponsored by a community initiative “My Home Town” sponsored by a Zambian national and prominent businessman based in Johannesburg, Mr. James Ndambo.
He Further congratulated Mr. Ndambo for the initiative and for urging people to remember their roots and help the underprivileged.
He said the transformative program was empowering communities through wealth-creation initiatives.
The event was graced by various South African gospel artist as support acts to Sheena Muleya.
This is contained in a statement issued to the media by Naomi Nyawali, the First Secretary Press and Public Relations at the Zambia High Commission Pretoria South Africa.