Yemi Osinbajo, the former Vice President of Nigeria, was recently named the head of the board of directors for Climate Action for Africa (CAP-A), as divulged in a recent proclamation. He disseminated this update via his social media account on X (previously known as Twitter) last Wednesday.
This designation stands as Osinbajo’s second notable assignment post-departure from his official responsibilities on May 29. Osinbajo conveyed his eagerness and enthusiasm to spearhead climate-centric initiatives throughout Africa in a fervent statement.
He said, “I’m thrilled to lead Climate Action for Africa (CAP-A) as the Chair of the Board of Directors! I’m genuinely excited to work with an amazing team to address climate issues.”
Furthermore, Laolu Akande, who previously served as the spokesperson for Yemi Osinbajo, commended President Bola Tinubu on his address at the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. While featuring on Channels Television, Akande recognized the president’s endeavors to re-establish the significance of the Nigerian perspective in international dialogues.
In his discourse, President Tinubu elaborated on pressing African matters such as the exploitation of resources, human trafficking, enforced migration, and environmental issues.
Akande stressed the urgency for President Tinubu to transmute his articulated visions into tangible foreign policy measures. He advocated for the assembly of a committed foreign policy group to actualize this vision.
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