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African leaders meet in Kigali, reiterate focus on key priorities

The African leaders have reiterated commitment to focus on key priorities to ensure that the African Union efforts are not dispersed by any member state, reports ITRealms.
The Ministers commitment, ITRealms gathered, will also enable a clear division of labour between the AU and member states.
These were some of the outcomes from the one-day between President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Kigali, Rwanda.
ITRealms recalls that at the 27th African Union Summit held July 2016, member States of the AU entrusted President Kagame with the mandate to lead the African Union reforms to enable the Union to better meet its mission’s goal and truly serve African citizens.
And in January 2017, the proposed reforms were accepted by all Head of States and Governments. The reforms aim to make the AU more efficient politically, operationally and financially, so that the African multilateral organisation is better positioned to meet its mandate to member states and African citizens.
According to sources at the meeting, by realigning the AU institutions to deliver against these priorities and ensure that the Union Commission structures, organs, and specialised technical agencies focus on the agreed priorities.
Equally, the reforms will see to managing the AU efficiently at both political and operational levels, to allow the members to create an efficient and effective Commission staffed by the best African professionals.
This would also strengthen the working methods of the AU Summit to improve the quality and impact of decision-making whilst ensuring the timely implementation of Assembly decisions; and
Just as Financing the AU  and sustainably to strengthen the African Union’s financial management and accountability. 
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