Barbados Prime Minister says there should be no first class or second class citizens in the world

Barbados Prime minister said everyone should be treated equally in the global world

Barbados Prime minister says there should be no first class or second class citizens in the world

Barbados Prime minister Her Excellency Mia Amor Mottley was speaking at Ghana’s 65th independence when she said these words. The Barbados Prime minister revealed that everyone deserves to be treated equally in the world. According to her, there should be no first class or second class citizens of any nation across the world.

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Mia Amor Mottley was the special guest for Ghana’s Independence day.

The Prime minister agreed of the huge inequality gab in the global community but that should not guarantee as not to do better. According to her the inequality is great threat to humanity especially those from the developing world like Ghana. She was giving her address at Cape Coast where the country had her 65th independence anniversary.

“We

must never, never accept that there can be first class or second class citizens in this world. And we equally assert today that there cannot be first class and second class nations in the global community” she said.

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H.E Mia Mottley also touched on the challenges the world is facing right from climate change to wars, and want the world to stay together to fight this canker especially developing countries.

We must “work together in solidarity to fight the battles of our time. Challenging as they may appear to be, quickly as they’re coming to us, for whether it is the climate crisis that affects us or whether it is the scourge of war that is raising its head”

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