Africa still in stun at Trump's profane remarks on Africa: Mahamat

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Africa still in stun at Trump's profane remarks on Africa: Mahamat


AU Chairperson Moussa Mahamat said on Thursday that African pioneers and nationals are still in stun over the indecent remarks about the landmass ascribed to U.S. President Donald Trump. Mahamat was talking amid the opening session of the 32nd Ordinary Session of the Executive Council of the AU in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

"At the season of the gathering of the gathering, Africa has not yet wrapped up the announcements and declarations made by U.S. President which has profoundly stunned through the messages of detest and scorn and the want to minimize and reject Africa," said Mahamat. He likewise said Africa won't stay silent notwithstanding contemptuous remarks. Trump supposedly utilized "shithole" to portray African nations, Haiti and El Salvador while talking about movement issues with U.S. officials prior this month. Trump's affirmed comments have caused shock over the world with authorities in African, European, Latin American nations and UN communicating judgment and summoning U.S. negotiators in dissent. The AU Executive Council meeting will most recent two days and unite remote clergymen of the 55 African Union Member States and senior AU authorities. The Executive Council will consider draft choices and assertions of the session with proposals for thought by the Assembly of the AU Heads of State and Government, planned to happen amongst Thursday and Friday.

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