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OBAMA IN ETHIOPIA FOR KEY TALKS WITH REGIONAL LEADERS PDF Print E-mail
President Barack Obama is in Ethiopia on the second leg of his African tour - the first serving US leader to visit the country. He is due to hold talks with government officials and discuss the civil war in South Sudan with regional leaders.
 
President Obama will also be the first US president to address the 54-member African Union at its headquarters in Addis Ababa on Tuesday.
 
Mr Obama flew to Ethiopia after a two-day visit to Kenya.
 
Mahama's IEA address to focus on education and healthcare PDF Print E-mail

President John Dramani Mahama will this evening explain in detail how he will provide quality education and healthcare for Ghanaians if elected in the December polls when he take his turn at the Institute of Economic Affairs organised Evening Encounter with Presidential Candidates.

 
NIGERIA ELECTION: MINISTER 'CONFIDENT' POLL WILL HAPPEN PDF Print E-mail
Nigeria's interior minister believes the fight against Boko Haram will be successful enough for the postponed elections to go ahead, he told the BBC.
 
Abbo Moro said he had been advised by the military that enough troops would be available in six weeks' time to secure the presidential ballot.
 
Officials say they delayed the vote to 28 March because troops needed for security are fighting the militants.
 
Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari has made a plea for calm.
 
But he said the independence of Nigeria's electoral commission had been "gravely compromised" by the decision to postpone the elections.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2015 05:17
 
US PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA IN KENYA PDF Print E-mail
Unlike some other Western leaders, Mr Obama neither lectured Mr Kenyatta nor patronised him at their joint press conference. 
 
Instead, he spoke like a friend - that Kenya needed to stamp out corruption to attract investments and to make life easier for its own businessmen who have to pay bribes. 
 
And Mr Obama pointed out that the US was also once badly affected by corruption, but it had overcome the problem, giving hope to Kenyans
 
DINNER WITH RELATIVES PDF Print E-mail
Obama is making his first visit to Kenya as U.S. president.
 
The streets of Nairobi have been painted and polished as the city has spared no expense to welcome Obama for what Kenyans have called his “homecoming.”  
 
Security is high for the visit of the U.S. president, with at least 10,000 police officers deployed in Nairobi. The U.S. Embassy has warned that the summit Obama is hosting could be "a target for terrorists."
 
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