Alain POMBO, an activist from Democratic Republic of Congo makes a point Africa@50 conference in pictures Post author:Uchenna Ekwo Post published:June 4, 2013 Post category:Articles Post comments:0 Comments L-R: Dr. Uchenna Ekwo, President/Founder,Center for Media & Peace Initiatives Inc,Osama Abdelkhalek, Deputy Permanent Representative, Mission of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the United Nations, and Jennifer Dunham,Senior Research Analyst, Freedom of the Press, Freedom House, New York Participants at the CMPI sponsored conference to mark 50th anniversary of the African Union formerly OAU held in New York. Dr. Ekwueme’s views dominated discussion at the confab. Alain POMBO, an activist from Democratic Republic of Congo makes a point Lawrence Freeman, Director, Africa Desk at Executive Intelligence Review magazine speaking at the CMPI conference on Africa Panel of discussants at Africa@50 conference in New York on Democracy, Development, and Defense. L-R:Moderator: Dr. Cyril Obi, Program Director, African Peace building Network, Social Science Research Council, New York,Dr. Kwame Akonor, Associate Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, Seton Hall University, New Jersey,Sire Conde Dione, President New York State Chapter of World Federation of UNESCO Centers, Clubs, and Associations,Bakary Tandia, Case Manager and Policy Advocate, African Services Committee, and Lawrence Freeman, African Desk, Executive Intelligence Review magazine. Arao Ameny and Dr. Uchenna Ekwo Dr. Uchenna Ekwo and Ms. Jennifer Dunham of Freedom House Dr. Michael Schudson of Columbia University School of Journalism Dr. Ekwo and Ernest Opong, CMPI Director of Diaspora Strategy and Engagement BENNY MENGA of Congovisions TV and Dr. Ekwo You Might Also Like Again, Mugabe seals Zimbabwe’s fate in ‘last’ election August 3, 2013 UN’s massive failure in Democratic Republic of Congo September 25, 2013 Ukraine under pressure July 18, 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.