President William Ruto to represent all African Presidents in Dubai

President William Ruto is expected to represent all african presidents for the eagerly awaited 28th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 28). According to a statement made by Hussein Mohamed on Thursday, the spokesperson for the State House will be presenting the African leaders in Dubai.

President William Ruto SRC: @Nairobi Leo
President William Ruto SRC: @Nairobi Leo

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Major concerns President William Ruto will address

Hussein Mohamed revealed that Ruto will address 3 major issues including the historic African Leaders Nairobi Declaration, which was adopted at the first Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi in September 2023.

“President Ruto will depart today for the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in the United Arab Emirates, advocating for Kenya and Africa’s climate agenda,” the statement read.

Mohamed added that in order to realize the vision, international financial institutions—such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)—must be in line with Africa’s developmental context and climate goals.

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“Kenya and Africa possess vast natural resources, a growing workforce, and untapped renewable energy potential, positioning them to contribute significantly to global climate action while pursuing sustainable development. President Ruto aims to establish Kenya and Africa as key hubs for green manufacturing, supporting the global decarbonization agenda.” Read another part of the statement

Hussein Mohamed discloses more issues Ruto will address

William Ruto will lead the Africa Green Industrialization Initiative (AGII) launch and promote a new framework for climate finance while he is at the event. The aim of the AGII is to put into practice the Nairobi Declaration, which committed African leaders to a path of inclusive and green growth, thereby leveraging the potential of the continent.

The plan calls for the hyper scaling of green enterprises and sectors in Africa, along with the mitigation and adaptation of climate change, significant economic growth, and the creation of jobs in the region.

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Ruto also intends to offer Africa’s viewpoint on the reform of the global financial architecture in order to create a new framework for climate finance. In addition, he hopes to see investment agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) signed for sizeable sums of money to be invested in Kenya’s green manufacturing.



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