John Dramani Mahama, a former head of state and candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), will speak at the Humanity Summit 2023 in Faro, Portugal, today.
With a primary emphasis on the humanity of the entire globe, the Humanity Summit has evolved into a forum for social change and social justice. In this linked society, it is obvious that the globe’s vulnerability has never been more exposed. The co-development and implementation of sustainable solutions to enduring and more recent global crises must involve all of humankind.
The goal of the annual Humanity Summit, according to its organizers, is to advance human welfare through dignity, equality, and freedom. It seeks to hasten the global community’s convergence on ensuring a secure and prosperous future for all.
As part of the book reading event, President Mahama will also read from his memoir, My First Coup D’état: And Other True Stories from the Lost Decades of Africa, and express his opinions on how social interactions may effect change.
John Dramani Mahama, who stepped down from his position as president of Ghana in 2016, has emerged as one of Africa’s most influential voices on the international scene, participating in a range of topics and discussions on both the African continent and the rest of the globe.