PRES OBAMA TANZANIA
FORMER US President Barack Obama wound up his eight-day vacation in Serengeti National Park yesterday, showering praises on Tanzania’s superb conservation of the tourist attractions. Speaking at Kilimanjaro International Airport upon arrival from Grumeti in Serengeti, Mr Obama said the world’s famous Serengeti has been the thriller and eye-opener for him and his family.
He described the Serengeti as the unique heritage that Tanzania should strive to maintain, imploring other countries to emulate Tanzania in sustainable conserving their heritages.
Tanzania has largely untapped agricultural and mineral resources, and Obama is trying to put forward the case for African consumers and their governments to look West rather then East. “We have got enormous opportunity to unleash the next era of African growth. I see Africa as the world’s next major economic success story and the United States wants to be a partner in that success,” Obama told a round-table of some 20 U.S., African and other international corporate chief executives before addressing a larger group of business leaders.
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- Location : TANZANIA
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- Submitted On : 11 Jun 2014