African youth from 14 different countries visit the new administrative capital in Egypt-Africa Youth

The African youth of African communities and students at Egyptian universities and El Azhar El-Shareef and African radio broadcasters, visited the new administrative capital of Egypt, on Friday 25th of January 2019 for the first time, through the central administration of cultural and voluntary programs at the ministry of youth and Sports, to recognize the achievements made by the country inside the new Egyptian administrative capital

 The African youth witnessed the ongoing construction process in the new administrative capital, and they went to pray El-Gomaa in El-Fattah El-Aleem Mosque


Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, met with the African youth participating in the visit, stressing the interest of the ministry of youth and sports to the African youth at all levels


The African youth also participated in the celebration of the 25th of January anniversary and the national police day organized by the ministry of youth and sports. Where they witnessed shows performed by the young from various governorates of the country and enjoyed listing to the Orchestra of the ministry of youth and sports


The African youth were from 14 different countries including: Ethiopia, Chad, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Somalia, Central Africa, Mali, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Malawi, Nigeria, Sudan and Togo