Vice President Shettima Represents President Tinubu at 2024 US-Africa Business Summit

Vice President Kashim Shettima has departed from Abuja for Dallas, United States of America, to represent President Bola Tinubu at the 2024 US-Africa Business Summit, hosted by the Corporate Council on Africa.

Stanley Nkwocha, the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Communications, disclosed this in a statement titled ‘VP Shettima Departs Abuja to Represent President Tinubu at 2024 US-Africa Business Summit in the United States.’

Nkwocha stated, “The Vice President will join other political and business leaders across Africa, the United States of America, and beyond for the summit featuring high-level dialogues, networking business sessions, and the plenary, all scheduled for the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Centre in Dallas, Texas.”

The summit expects participation from African leaders such as Presidents Joseph Boakai of Liberia, Lazarus Chakwera of Malawi, Joao Lourenço of Angola, Mokgweetsi E. K. Masisi of Botswana, José Maria Neves of Cabo Verde, and Deputy Prime Minister of Lesotho, Hon. Nthomeng Majara.

Vice President Shettima is slated to contribute to discussions at the summit, including speaking at the Roundtable on African Infrastructure Investment and a high-level panel on agribusiness. Additionally, he will address a plenary session on Navigating Africa’s Energy Future and chair a session dedicated to promoting the ‘invest in Nigeria’ initiative.


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