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AU-EU Summit: Soccer Legend, Didier Drogba Makes A Contribution To Help Young People.

The Ivorian international Didier Drogba has decided not to stay on the sidelines of the fifth African Union-European Union summit opened in Abidjan on Wednesday (November 29th). The footballer has marked his presence to work with young African and European leaders to give a common position on youth issues.

The fifth African Union-European Union Summit kicked off Wednesday (November 29th) in the economic capital of Côte d’Ivoire, Abidjan. Several African and European heads of state as well as personalities are present at this event.

This fifth summit also records a presence not least, that of Didier Drogba, former captain of the Elephants of Côte d’Ivoire. Wednesday morning, Didier Drogba took part in a working meeting attended by officials of the African Union and the European Union under the head of EU diplomacy Federica Mogherini.

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This working session focused on African youth to respect the theme of the “Investing in Youth for a Sustainable Future” Summit. One of the problems that is jeopardizing the future of African youth is illegal immigration.

So a lot of awareness is needed about young Africans. One thing Didier Drogba understood and that is precisely what motivated him to be present at the Magic System group concert on the awareness against immigration initiated by the Ivorian secretariat to technical education. ” One can be upset and dismayed by the slavery of migrants in Libya. But after the frustration, we have to find solutions, “said the former Chelsea player.

EU-EU summit: Didier Drogba makes a contribution to help young people

The leader of the legendary Magic System group, A’Salfo said ” The best way to feel comfortable is to stay at home “.

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