7th African Ambassadors Interactive Forum With the African Diaspora

Fri, 26 July 2019 09:00 – 23:00

This 7th AAIF is in two segments. The day conference which is free to attend for all. The evening Gala Awards Dinner is a ticketed event. Tickets for gala/award/dinner is £50.00 per person. Dressing formal/traditional.

The 7th AAIF Forum will bring together African Ambassadors in the UK, the African Diaspora, stakeholders in African Development and Friends of Africa. This Conference will also celebrate the positive role of Africans in their own development, and to explore ways by which a reasonable framework of co-operation and collaborative networks can be established in the United Kingdom Post Brexit.

AAIF recognizes the growing and significant role that the Diaspora plays in the development of their countries of origin. The African Union has designated the Diaspora as a sixth Sub- region of Africa.

Invited Special Guests: H.E. Moussa Faki, The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Aliko Dangote , Dr Mo Ibrahim, H.E. Zulfiquar Ghadiyali, CEO, Royal Office of Sheik Tahnoon bin Saeed bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, king of UAE, Baroness Martha Osamor, member British House of Lords, Prince Arthur Eze, Chairman, Atlas Oranto Group, Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, , Dr Claire Curtis – Thomas , CEO British Board of Agr’ement, Olukayode Pitan , The Managing Director, Bank of Industry , Dr Adewunmi Adesina , President African Development Bank, Mr John Momoh, CEO, Channels TV, , African Union Ambassadors in London, parliamentarians , captains of industry among other distinguished guests.

Please visit www.ingoaaif.org for further information

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