By Jonathan Ugbal
Former Cross River Governor, Mr. Donald Duke on Monday appeared on the NASDAQ tower in Times Square, New York.
The NASDAQ Tower is considered the most visible LED video display in Times Square and is one of the most valuable advertising spaces in the world. It is the largest continuous sign in Times Square and has close to 9,000 square feet of display space — about a quarter of an acre reports CNBC.
And, Mr. Duke appeared on the LED video display as he spoke at the 2018 African Trade and Investment Global Summit (ATIGS).
Mr. Duke alongside the Deputy Senate President of Nigeria, Senator Ike Ekwerenmadu; the Vice President of the Gambia, Mr. Fatoumata Tambajan; the advisor and Charge of mission of the president of Djibouti, Mr. Alexis Mohamed spoke during a featured panel session on the regional integration in Africa.
The session moderated by the chairman of the United States Global Leadership Council, Dr. Reuben Egolf sought to “addressing specific issues relevant to Integrating Africa, and managing a smart supply chain,” as well as discuss “policies, programs and initiatives needed to encourage and promote regional integration.”
ATIGS is a prestigious biennial business conference and exhibition designed specifically to promote and facilitate international trade between Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, UAE, with Africa; to facilitate foreign direct investment in Africa, and to provide a platform for businesses
The 2018 ATIGS held from June 24 through 26 at the World Trade Center Washington D.C, under the main theme, “Driving Trade, Unleashing Investment and Enhancing Economic Development: the Gateway to African Markets.”
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