egyptian ambassador to zambia falah el sadek says what has happened in his country should be a lesson to other older african leaders to start thinking about paving way for a new crop of leaders especially the youths to be leaders as well.
speaking to journalist in lusaka today ambassador sadek pointed out that as african leaders there is need not allow external forces to control the soveriegnity of the country but to bare in mind that one day the wish of the people who will remove you out of the high office.
he has stressed that there is need to learn the culture of dialogue and not to resort to violence as it costs the nation a lot of money which is needed fo other economic development.
ambassador sadek explained that president mubarak has saved egypt adequately and enough and his resignation came at a right time when the country needs change of laedership.
he has assured the world that egypt will bounce back economically has it has a strong base where it will start picking up from and the nation is alright at the moment.
and ambassador sadek has expressed happiness that the muslims in the country have today celebrated the birth of prophet muhammed peaceful in what he described as a peaceful nation.
published by augustine m sichula