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Firm partners AU on Africa industrial plan

Patike Communications Limited has partnered Africa Union (AU) to organise the 2010 Africa Day celebration, a global event meant to bail out Africa industrial development from the pangs of the global meltdown.

Patike Communications is the Nigerian representative of African Heritage Foundation (AHF) in the forefront of forging productive relationships between America and Africa in commerce, the arts, tourism, cultural education, student exchange programs and other cross-cultural endeavors.

The AU will unveil the global event where world industrial giants and other world leaders would meet in Atlanta, Georgia, to discuss  how Africa would benefit from the renewed focus on industrial biotechnology industries, trade and infrastructural development financing which would involve mobilisation of hundreds of million  dollars resources, for the targeted economic agenda.

The General Manager of Patike Communications Limited,  Mrs.Catherine Agba-Ajibike while briefing newsmen in Lagos of the significance of the global event, declared that the time has come for African industrial giants and leaders to come out with a Blue Print to transform the continent.

She said, “We have been given the mandate to market the event that will parade 54 African nations and highlight investment opportunities available to the world at the Africa Day Celebrations”

According to her, the event which has the support of the AU, is the brain child of Chief Tunde Adetunji and has received the endorsement of Ambassador Andrew Young, The Mayor of the City of Atlanta, the 100 Black Men group and several others.

“The 3- day event  which will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from May, 22nd 2010 to May 24th 2010, is an opportunity for nations to draw the  attention of  foreign investors to themselves, and for strong networks to be created for the upliftment of economic potentials of  nation states”, she said.
She disclosed that participants from Nigeria would be required to register with Patike Communications Limited, through whom  all arrangements for the event from Nigeria would be made for the global event
She however called on African industrial giants to make enquiries  to get details of the global events.
It would be recalled that the President/CEO of AHF, and Africa World Museum (AWM), Chief Tunde Adetunji, in a conversation recently said, “The Africa Day celebration for 2010 is being organised with the active collaboration and support from the Mayor’s office, the Atlanta City Council, the Atlanta Development Authority, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the Atlanta 100 Black Men Association”

“The event also aims to fulfill the aspirations of concerned American individuals and institutions, particularly from the South East of the United States, to establish Atlanta as a gateway for integrated accelerated partnership between America and Africa”, he added.

He however said “In addition to the 2010 Africa Union Day celebration, the AHF and the City of Atlanta will launch the first ever World Campaign and Celebration in South Africa 2010, in honor of Africa and the 2010 World Cup Games.  This effort will focus on the launch of bringing the WORLD CUP to Atlanta, 2018”.


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