Pan African Parliament Elect AFORD President Enock Chihana As Deputy President

By Alfred Mthandizi

Pan African Parliament has elected Alliance for Democracy President Enock Chihana as Vice President at its parliamentary session currently underway in Midland South Africa.

In an exclusive interview from South Africa Chihana said he was happy to represent and serve his country in such high position. “I am happy and I promise to serve this position with dedication.” said Chihana.

Pan African Parliament is a continental Parliament consists of 5 Members of Parliament from each African countries which are members of African Union as adopted by the 36-ordinary session of Heads of State and Government in Lome Togo on 11TH July, 2000.

The main objective of Pan African Parliament is to promote unity solidarity cohesion and cooperation among the people of Africa and African States. The Parliament also works towards African integration. The Parliament meets four times in a year. Just recently AFORD also elected Chihana as President during the convention. It looks like it’s good for the son of the democracy champion in Malawi, Chakufwa Chihana. 

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