Six African countries have embraced Pan African Think Tank , says US pop star Nichole

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Six African countries have embraced Pan African Think Tank

Six African countries are to work with Pan African Think Tank to create unity, youth unemployment and change lives a cross boarders.

Christine Nichole, the founder of Pan African Think Tank told Whisper Eye how young people across the Continent have welcomed the organisation.

Countries are Botswana, Tanzania, Zambia, Rwanda, Kenya, and Uganda.

‘In Botswana about 70 people showed up for the Pan African Think Tank’s first forum,’ says Nichole.

“We have had two organisations we are going to work with in Tanzania. I love the hospitality and love from the six countries so far” she explained.

Within two years Pan African Think Tank will have covered 33 countries.

The following are countries to be covered next;

North America (5)
Canada
USA
Jamaica
Haiti
Panama

South America (3)
Colombia
Suriname
Brazil

Europe (3)
UK
France
Belgium

Oceania (5)
Australia
Papua New Guinea
Fiji
Solomon Islands
Vanuatu

Africa (11)
Sierra Leone
Liberia
Burkina Faso (depending upon how the war plays out)
Ghana
Benin
Nigeria
Republic of the Congo
Angola
Chad
Sudan
Ethiopia

The organisation is to bridge the gap between Africa and the African Diaspora through Pan African forums that assist with research as a means to collectively advocate.

Nichole at an earlier interview with Whisper Eye emphasized that as Pan African Think Tank mindset change is the first remedy to change a person.


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