African Leaders Seek Partnerships at World Economic Forum in Davos


Enterprise Television: African Leaders Seek Partnerships at World Economic Forum in Davos

African political and business leaders have joined other heads of state from the rest of the world as well as global business executives at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

African leaders have taken to social media to share their messages and objectives with their citizens back home.

Zimbabwe’s President  Mnangagwa said his that he will tell the delegates at the forum that ‘the new Zimbabwe is open for business, looking to the future and ready to take its place among the family of nations’.

Also Rwanda’s President  Paul  Kagame who is scheduled to speak at the Washington Post Foreign Policy Lunch at the Peace-building in Africa session shared videos and images from meetings with Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, South Africa Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

Business leaders from Africa including Africa Development Bank (AfDB) president, Akinwumi Adesina are at the forum, sharing the investment opportunities that are available on the continent.

The forum’s programme is built around four key objectives; driving sustained economic progress, navigating a multipolar and multi-conceptual world, overcoming divisions in society and shaping the agile governance of technology.

American President Donald Trump who is expected at the forum will also meet with the African Union chairperson, Paul Kagame.