Yemi Osinbajo Assumes Leadership In Africa's Climate Action Efforts


In a recent update, Yemi Osinbajo, the former vice president, has assumed the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors for Climate Action for Africa (CAP-A). Osinbajo made this announcement on his social media platform, previously known as Twitter, on Wednesday. This appointment represents his second significant role following his departure from office on May 29.

He expressed his enthusiasm for leading climate action initiatives throughout Africa with the following passionate statement: "I'm delighted to serve as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Climate Action for Africa (CAP-A)! I'm genuinely excited to collaborate with an exceptional team to address climate-related challenges."

Furthermore, Laolu Akande, the former spokesperson for Yemi Osinbajo, commended President Bola Tinubu for his address at the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. During his appearance on Channels Television, Akande noted that the president had made efforts to restore the significance of Nigeria's voice on the global stage.

President Tinubu discussed crucial African issues such as resource exploitation, human trafficking, forced migration, and climate issues. Akande stressed the importance of President Tinubu translating his speech into tangible foreign policy actions and urged him to assemble a dedicated foreign policy team to bring these ideas to fruition.

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