Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley will address a gathering of primarily African nations today as part of the 30th Afreximbank Annual Meeting in Accra, Ghana.
The Barbados leader will join some of her counterparts in the African continent as the prestigious institution welcomes, for the first time to its annual meeting, Caribbean states which have joined the Afreximbank partner states. The bank is set to open a branch in Barbados soon.
Mottley is scheduled to speak on the issue Towards A Unified Vision For The Prosperity Of Africans in the morning and in the afternoon, during the plenary session, A New Middle Passage By Africans For Africans – Strengthening Interconnectivity Between Africa And Its Diaspora For Shared Prosperity, she will deliver the keynote address.
There are 4 610 people from 110 countries registered for the event and Mottley will follow on from other high-profile speakers who have put the case for Africa to manage its own affairs and support its own. (AC)