President Obama has left Addis Ababa yesterday afternoon shortly after speaking at the AU summit at the end of his 5-day trip to Africa.
US President, Barack Obama has left Addis Ababa at the end of his 5-day two-nation trip to the African continent.
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn said farewell to him at the airport.
The Kenya leg of the trip may be best remembered for the “homecoming”, as it was billed by some Kenyans, and the upbeat message on the future of the continent.
In Ethiopia, he gave the first speech by a US president to the African Union, where he said that America wants to be an equal partner with Africa and encouraged leaders to vacate their office after the expiration of their tenure.