Rwanda to host inaugural YouthConnekt Africa Summit


With Africa’s average age estimated at 19.5 years, numerous governments in Sub Saharan Africa are often being challenged by their young population to address their concerns. In a bid to foster continental discourse, Rwanda is hosting the inaugural continental YouthConnekt Africa Summit that’s expected to draw more than 2,500 delegates from across the continent to discuss the future of Africa’s youth.

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