Dr. Alphonso Ogbuehi, a native of Nigeria, and a professor of global marketing and strategy in the College of Business at Clayton State University, recently had an article on President Obama’s inaugural U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit published on the Global Atlanta website.
According to Ogbuehi, “This week, about 50 African heads of state gathered in Washington for President Obama’s inaugural U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. This meeting is the first of its kind convened by a sitting American president. It is seen as a historical opportunity for the United States to deepen trade and economic ties with Africa, a region that now presents significant growth opportunities for U.S. companies. By all accounts, the “Africa Rising” narrative appears to have given way to 1Lions on the Move.’”
For the complete article, go to http://www.globalatlanta.com/article/27080/us-africa-leaders-summit-yields-deals-shows-africas-promise/.