African Leaders Call for a Fight against Terror African leaders called for a fight against the terrorism that created fear in many
countries in Africa including Nigeria and Kenya.
The call was made during a two-day summit of the 54-nation African Union (AU) in
Equatorial Guinea’s capital, Malabo, on Thursday.



“The continent faces an increasing challenge in trans-border
threats, with terrorism at the forefront,” the new President of Egypt,
Abdulfatah Alsisi said. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon who was at
the meeting called for end of fighting in South Sudan and CAR. Moon also asked
the Government of Mali to start talks with the rebels in the north of the
The leaders of Africa pledged support for African security and said they will cooperate with the United Nations in working ourimproved peace all over the continent.