Presidential CEO Summit to Discuss Africa’s Industrial Growth

Hubert Danso, CEO and Vice Chairman of Africa investor

Despite boasting of one of the best coaches in the league, sildenafil The Saints FC close the first leg of the season in a rather unpleasant 15th place after conceding another narrow 1-0 loss to Sadolin Paints in match that was played at the Fufa technical center in Njeru.

Andrew Basooma scored the priceless goal for the painters late in the second half of the game. The first half ended barren but Saints top striker Alex ‘Benzema’ Kitata will have himself to blame for failing to convert a first minute open chance.

“That sums up our miserable first round in the league. An inquest follows then we plan for round two, more about ” the Saints announced on their official social media pages.

Sadolin stagnates on the 11th place with 21 points joint with four other teams;  JMC (7), decease Soana, Bul Fc and Bright stars in that order. The Saints have only won twice with four draws to accumulate ten points and are sitting on 15th position.

The league breaks until Mid February after the 2016 African Nations Championships to be. held in Rwanda.
Africa investor (Ai), information pills a leading international investment and communications group, this site announced that the inaugural African Presidential CEO Investment Summit will gather African Heads of State, try African business leaders and global institutional investors at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa on the 28th-29th of January 2016, during the 26th African Union Heads of State and Government Summit in Ethiopia.

This exclusive, invitation-only Heads of State-to-CEO Summit, held in partnership with the African Union Commission (AUC) and the NEPAD Agency, will coincide annually each January with the Heads of State meeting of the African Union.

The Presidential CEO Summit will constitute an exclusive, high-level gathering of business leaders and investment decision makers, from across Africa and globally, to discuss and champion investment opportunities and priority investment sectors set out in the African Union’s Agenda 2063 (Africa’s 50-year plan) with Heads of State.

Commenting on the Summit, Hubert Danso, CEO and Vice Chairman of Africa investor, said the private sector is a critical partner in realizing Africa’s regional economic integration agenda, infrastructure development, and enhancing the continent’s global trade and investment competitiveness.

“We are delighted to have partners such as the African Union Commission and NEPAD, who agree the time is now for the continent to initiate an annual process that harnesses the power of private sector partnerships with presidential champions to stimulate the creation of jobs, the implementation of transformative energy, regional transport and infrastructure projects to spur Africa’s industrial growth sectors,” he said.

The event will be held at the Headquarters of the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


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