Seitu’s World: The African Economic Development Conference 2014 At Columbia

seitu africa1By Seitu Oronde

This time I was at the African Economic Development Conference 2014 at Columbia University Business School in West Harlem on April, 2014.seitu african2seitu africa3seitu africa5seitu africa6The conference portends well for the future of Africa when young and older minds come together for a discourse regarding a country that has some of the largest natural resources in the world.

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The conference guests included Emmanuel Nnadozie,Raila Amolo Odinga, Wale Tinubu, Rosalind Kainyah, Rosalind Kainyah, Elijah Irby, Pape Samb, Elizabeth Nyamayaro, Erastus Mong’are, Emily Breza, Sarah Troup, Lori Heninger, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Kevin Murungi, Olayide Tikolo, Dayo Olopade, Omoyele Sowore, Oumar Telly Diallo, Claudine Moore, Walé Adeosun, Matt Magenheim, Matt Tilleard, Nyasha Tengawarima, Enoch Kariuki, Mardia Stone, Azuka Anyiam, Amalle Keita Daou, Daopuye Simon-Ogan, Walter Lamberson, Jenik Radon, and many more.

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