The Commemoration Letter red by the  H.E. Dr. Aisha L. Abdullahi Commissioner for Political Affairs (African Union Commission) started;

The African continent has witnessed decades of numerous human rights challenges resulting from a diverse range of factors, which include, inter alia, war, poverty, impunity, corruption, autocratic governance. It is against this background that Member States of the then Organization of African Unity (OAU), solemnly resolved to promote and safeguard freedom, justice, equality and human dignity in Africa by putting in place instruments to enforce these values.

The African Human and Peoples’ Rights System with its various instruments and mechanisms paved the way for the advancement of human rights promotion and protection in Africa. It also led to the creation of strategic measures to accelerate the attainment of respect for the right to development as well as measures to assist Member States to respond to development as a human rights issue. Such instruments have an undeniable moral force and provide practical guidance to States in their conduct. The value of the African Union Human and Peoples’ Rights Instruments and Mechanisms rests on their recognition, acceptance and effective implementation by Member States and indeed they may be seen as declaratory of broadly accepted goals and principles within the African Community. 

These type of hypocritically worded phrases and sentences are clearly not meant for the African people who are dying in the high seas fleeing from the despotic, undemocratic rulers, who violate their own nationals human rights.

H.E. Aisha L. Abdullahi – the Commissioner for Political Affairs, is writing this commemoration letter in her office in the spacious building of the AU in Addis Ababa, where only a few kilometers from her office she can witness the opposite of what she wrote, so she should swear to God that she lied to the African people.

And if she would travelled one day to Ogaden, she will see and recognise that Ethiopia was and still is a leftover colonialist, who took part the slave trade and the Partition of Africa in Berlin.

Read the whole letter only to know the hypocrisy of the AU officials in Addis Ababa.

http://pa.au.int/en/content/commemoration-africa-human-rights-day-addis-ababa-ethiopia

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