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Tweet of the Day: Call for the U.S. to Host Its Own “Africa Summit”

While a growing number of African social media users are becoming increasingly frustrated by their leaders going overseas for one “Africa Summit” after another this year, Ethiopian-American businessman Zamedeneh Negatu says there should be one more on the calendar, in the United States.

Although a number of Washington, D.C.-based African policy advocates will no doubt celebrate Negatu’s call for a U.S.-Africa Summit, online he’s getting a rather chilly reception for his idea from some:

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