Hard Talk Panel

Investors ought to investigate each country within Africa differently as opposed to considering the continent as a block. These countries have different cultures and different ways of doing business. However, one aspect that is common to Africa is that it has a young population and a growing market. Most importantly, Africa requires long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships that are not pegged on conditionalities.


Moderator:

  1. Mishaal Al Gergawi, Managing Director, Delma Institute

Panelists:

  1. H.E. Dr. Cheick Modibo Diarra – Former Prime Minister of Mali and ALN Chairman
  2. Anne Kirima Muchoki, Chairperson, Kenya Investment Authority
  3. Njee Muturi, Solicitor General, Kenya

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