Barack Obama is one of the most well-known and significant figures in the world. He was president of the United States, a world powerhouse, for two terms. As a result, he rose to become the most powerful person in his era.
Now, Mr. Barack Obama has made an appearance in front of the general public to speak to the young of Kenya and the rest of Africa. At the opening of the African Leaders Summit, Mr. Obama urged Kenyan youth to fully utilize technological advancements in order to draw funding from American investors. This is according to kenyans.co.ke. Obama asserts that American investors are typically supportive of technological breakthroughs and are more interested in technology.
At the opening remarks of the US-Africa Leaders Summit on Monday, December 12, Obama stated that US investors were interested in technical companies that dealt with concerns like food security and climate change. The sources stated that the former president claimed that Americans had invested more over Ksh3.6 trillion in these businesses.
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