President Museveni and other Five African Heads have Appointed Uganda’s Ex-Premier Amama Mbabazi to Lead African Global Security a Foundation which was set up by founding member states of Congo-Brazzaville.
According to Amaama Mbabazi while addressing a press conference on Wednesday at Kololo said that the foundation was set up by founding member states of Congo-Brazzaville, DR Congo, Togo, Mauritania, Senegal and Uganda.
“It is of course open to all African states that subscribe to its objectives and are willing to participate in it. The foundation will be giving security briefings to member states through the established organs to help members make sense of the changes happening in the region and in the world,” he said.
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi who is the chairman of the African Global Security Foundation noted that this will hopefully contribute to the shaping of the member states’ foreign and security policies and help build a safer and more stable region and the world.
“The primary focus of the foundation will be on member states security and international affairs and how to improve safety of the member states,” Mbabazi stated.
He also stated that the foundation was launched on February 13 in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, by the heads of state but they needed to get everyone on board by having him officially address the press on the issue.
Recently Amaama and Museveni were in Senegal for a one-day working visit at the invitation of President Macky Sall, who is the current chairperson of the African Union.
“President asked me to lend a hand in the efforts by fellow Africans to resolve the conflicts, especially in our area and being a revolutionary and the Pan-Africanist at that I agreed to give a hand,” he said.
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However, Former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi condemned torture of politicians saying it is not a civilized way of doing anything.
It should be noted that this is the first time for Former Prime Minister and NRM Secretary General John Patrick Amama Mbabazi to address the media in six years.