Former President John Dramani Mahama has been lined up as one of the speakers at this year’s Humanity Summit being held in Faro, Portugal.
The Humanity Summit has become a platform for social change and social justice, focusing mainly on the world’s humanity, 3news.com has learnt.
It is apparent that the world’s vulnerability has never been more exposed – in this interconnected world.
Therefore, the whole of humanity must take part in the co-creation and implementation of sustainable solutions to long-standing and newer global challenges.
The annual Humanity Summit is focused on advancing the well-being of humanity through what the organisers say are Dignity, Equality, and Freedom.
It aims to accelerate the global community’s alignment towards creating a prosperous and safe future for all.
Ghana’s former leader is scheduled to deliver his speech on Tuesday, September 19.
He will also attend a book reading event, “reading from his memoir, My First Coup D’état: And Other True Stories from the Lost Decades of Africa, and share his views on what social interactions can do to bring about change”.
A statement issued by his aide, Joyce Bawa Mogtari, earlier in the day said Mr Mahama, since leaving office, has become one of Africa’s leading voices on the global stage, engaging in various issues and conversations across the African continent and the world.