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Aliko Dangote and Stephen Hayes among honorees at AAI 2016 Annual Awards Gala

On Tuesday, September 20, 2016, the African American Institute (AAI) honored prominent business Leaders from US-Africa Private Sector at its 2016 Annual Awards Gala, in New York, on sidelines of UN General Assembly. The honorees include the wealthy Nigerian business mogul Aliko Dangote and Stephen Hayes, President of Corporate Council on Africa (CCA). Both bagged “Distinguished Business Leader Awards” of the year.

The first for his role in “championing African entrepreneurship, greater business and investment in Africa trough his company global brand and his commitment to expanding regional integration on the continent. The second was praised for his unwavering commitment to promoting trade and investments between the US and Africa, trough a private sector.

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The African American Institute honors prominent business leaders from US and abroad
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    Aliko Dangote, President and Chief Executive Officer of Dangote Group, receives the AAI 2016 Distinguished African Business Leader Award
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    Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf delivering remarks
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    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Monday September 20, 2016,
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  • Aliko Dangote

    Aliko Dangote delivering his acceptance speech
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    African Union Deputy Chairperson, Erastus Mwencha,delivering remarks
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  • Stephen Hayes

    Stephen Hayes, President of Corporate Council on Africa, receives the AAI 2016 Distinguished US Business Leader Award
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    CCA President Stephen Hayes with his wife
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    Ambassador Mombouli chating with his counterpart from Namibia, Martin Andjaba
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    Congolese diplomat and Dean of African Diplomatic Corps being interviewed by a reporter covering the event.
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    HE Martin Andjaba, Ambassador of the Republic of Namibia, with his wife
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  • Guests

  • Angelique Kidjo

    Grammy Award winning star Angelique Kidjo,Honorary Chair of AAI 2016 Annual Awards Gala.
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    Grammy Award winning star Angelique Kidjo with Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
  • Jesse Jackson

    Reverand Jesse Jackson Jr. with Shanta Bryant Gyan, Media Officer (AAI)
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    Reverand Jesse Jackson with Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
  • Stephen Hayes

    CCA President Stephen Hayes chating with a guest
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  • AAI official with a guest

  • Ambassador Mombouli

    Congolese diplomat and Dean of African Ambassadors posing with former NBA star, Dikembe Mutombo
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    Congolese diplomat posing with a businessman attending the event
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    Former NBA star, Congolese born Dikembe Mutombo, Principal of Mutombo Foundation
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  • Renato, a Chevron representative, with family members

  • Renato with a guest

  • Fatmata Koroma with a guest

  • Fatmata Koroma, Stephen Hayes and wife

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    Stephen Hayes, President of CCA, with Fatmata koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
  • Linda Greefield

    US Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Affairs Linda T. Greenfield with Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
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    Linda Thomas Greenfield, Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, with Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
  • Dikembe Mutombo

    Dikembe Mutombo posing with guets
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  • Aliko Dangote

    Aliko Dangote of Dangote Group with a guest
  • Florizelle Liser, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Africa (left)

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  • Ambassador Mombouli

    Congolese diplomat with Ambassadeur Herman Cohen
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    African Union Assistant Chairperson Erastus Mwencha (left) with guests
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  • President Sirleaf

    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Monday September 20, 2016,
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    Representatives from Chevron, sponsor official of the AAI 2016 Annual Awards Gala
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  • Representatives from Chevron

The President of Chevron Africa Ali Mosheri and Sunil Benimadhu, Chief Executive of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius were also honored. The event held at Cipriani 5 Broadway drew prominent business leaders from US and Africa, diplomats and dignitaries, including Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. AlloConakry

Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc hosts Mister Africa USA 2016

Gabonese contestant Erwan Smith was crowned Sunday night in New York, Mister Africa USA 2016, in a ceremony co-hosted by Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc., and humanitarian actress Cece Maintain Djakiss Diarra (Ivory Coast) and Innocent Tagbado of Togo were the runners up.The jury, composed of six including four men awarded Smith the title because of his platform designed to fight corruption and dictatorship in Africa, namely in his native Gabon shaken by violences following a hotly contested presidential polls last week.

The event was produced by Mister Africa USA led by Bertini Heumegni whose vision is “to give opportunity to young Africans” from different countries to show case their talents and aspirations.In it’s third edition this year, Mister Africa USA registered contestants from 8 African countries including Burkina Fasso, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Ghana, Togo, Gabon, Ethiopia and South Africa.After an initial opening prayer, the evening started with each contestant introducing himself along with his platform. Then, there was a traditional wear, and a talent portion including a “Performance Raffle”, followed by hours long of fundraising spearheaded by Claudine Mukamabano, to benefit Fabo Foundation for the Deaf in Africa.

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Fatmata Koroma Koroma CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc, hosts Mister Africa 2016
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    Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc, emceeing Mister Africa USA 2016
  • Cece Maintain, co-host Mister Africa Pageant 2016

  • Fatmata Koroma with co-host Cece Maintain

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    Host Fatmata Koroma introducing contestants at Mister Africa USA 2016
  • Crowned Mister Smith with Miss Tanzania

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  • Fatmata Koroma with co-host Cece Maintain

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  • Fatmata Koroma on red carpet

  • Fatmata Koroma with Miss Gatoro

  • Miss Chancé Gatoro

    Rieigning Miss Culture USA pageant Chancé Gatoro recarpeting
  • Claudine Mukamabano

  • Claudine Mukamabano and producer Bertini

  • Claudine Mukamabano and producer Bertini

  • Erwan Smith with runners-up Diarra and Tagbado

  • Erwan Smith with runners-up Diarra and Tagbado flanked by Cece and Claudine

  • Contestant Innocent Tagbado (Togo)

  • Adam Zongo (Burkina Faso)

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  • Djakiss Diarra (Ivory Coast)

  • Pierre Johnson (South Africa)

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  • Sherrod Lewis (Ethiopia)

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  • Fatmata Koroma and Cece Maintain hosts of Mister Africa USA 2016

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  • Crowned Mister Smith with guests

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  • Contestant Pierre Johnson (South Africa)

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    Mister South Africa dancing
  • Contestant Djakiss Diarra from Ivory Coast

  • Contestant Boniface Deepak ( Ghana)

  • Contestant Adam Zongo (Burkina Faso)

  • Contestant Pierre Johnson from South Africa

  • Contestant Mor Mbodj from Senegal

  • Contestant Sherrod Lewis from Ethiopia

  • Contestant Innocent Tagbado from Togo

  • Contestant Erwan Smith from Gabon

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    Contestant from Ivory Coast dancing
  • Miss Culture USA with Genesis and Miss Tanzania

  • Miss Culture USA with Miss Tanzania

  • Jury member Felicite Naissem

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  • Jury member Prakash Patil

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  • Jury member Prince Adekoya

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    Miss Culture USA Pageant Chance Gatoro smiling as she is being introduced to audience
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  • Miss Culture USA 2016

  • Co-host Cece Maintain

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  • Crowned Mister Smith with Miss Tanzania

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  • Miss Côte d'Ivoire with contestant Djakiss Diarra (Ivory Coast)

  • Contestant Erwan Smith from Gabon

  • Contestant Boniface Deepak from Ghana

  • John Blassingame with Bertini and Prince Adekoya

  • Miss Culture USA with Miss Tanzania, Cote d'Ivoire and Miss Caricom

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    Host Fatmata Koroma reading from notes
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    Group dance by contestants at Mister USA Africa 2016
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Event attendees included several pageants from a variety of associations among which Miss Culture USA Pageant Chancé Gatoro produced by Therapeutic Interventions Inc., a 501c, non-profit organization devoted to women advancement based in Washington, DC. AlloConakry captured some images from the event venue at National Black Theater, in Harlem.

 

This edition of Parade du jour is brought to you by Therapeutic Interventions Inc and Miss Culture USA Pageant. AlloConakry

Ivory Coast, “ a vital US partner”, celebrates 56 year of Independence

It was a very festive mood at the Ivory Coast Embassy as hundreds of guests poured in to join the country in celebrating its 56th independence anniversary. State Department officials, African policy makers in Washington, and friends of Ivory Coast, were part of the colorful display that celebrated the culture of Ivory Coast and the strong bonds between Yamoussoukro and Washington. The American National anthem was performed in addition to that of Ivory Coast to show the strong bonds between the two countries.Traditional artifacts and products from Ivory Coast were on display at the celebrations, which was punctuated with music, wining and a heavy dose of Ivorian cuisine to entertain the guests.

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Ivory Coast fetes 56 year of Independance
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    Ambassador Diabate and his wife Cecile with State Department official Peter Valerine, during the opening ceremony
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    Ambassador Daouda Diabate delivering remarks as State Department official Peter Valerine look on
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  • Ambassadors Harouna (Benin), Mamady Conde (Guinea) with Tim M, center

  • Ambassador Conde with his Mauritanian counterpart Daddah

  • Guinea's Ambassador Conde with a guest

  • Ambassador Conde with Nene and Mariam

  • Ambassador Smith

  • Ambassador Joseph Smith of Ghana and his wife

  • Mrs. Doha Smith, wife of Ambassador from Ghana

  • Ambassador Joseph Smith of Ghana and his wife

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  • Ambassador Rocha (Cape Verde) with south african counterpart Mahlangu

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    Michael Oputa chating with Ambassador Agostinho of Angola
  • Capverdian envoy José Luis Rocha with Michael Oputa, CEO of Reside Estate

  • Ambassadors Rocha, Agostihno and Mahlangu

  • Busness leader Michael Oputa chating with Ambassador Mahlangu of South Africa

  • Business leader Michael Oputa flanked by Ambassadors from Angola and South Africa

  • Michael Oputa with Ambassador Bokary Stevens from Sierra Leone

  • Mohamed Doun Daddah, Ambassador of Mauritania with a guest

  • Ambassador Tiena Coulibaly from Mali

  • Ambassador Bokary Stevens with Mrs. Cecile Diabate

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    Amb Bokary Stevens, Dean of ECOWAS' group, with wives of Ambassadors Diabate and Smith, along with an Ivoirian queen, at awards ceremony
  • Legendary Broadcsater Geroges Collinet, Collinet Productions and Afropop

  • Georges Collinet with Ambassador Moussa Kembe (CAR)

  • Legendary Georges Collinet with Fashion designer Alphade

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  • Georges Collinet with admirers including Salif Justice from the right

  • Tim McCoy

  • Tim McCoy with a guest

  • Ambassador Perry is vice president at The Corporate Council on Africa (right) with a guest

  • Fatmata Koroma with a royal couple from Ivory Coast

  • Fatmata Koroma with Editor Ajong Mbapndah of Pan African Visions

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    A YALI student receiving an award from Mrs. Doha Smith
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    A YALI student greeted by Mrs Doha Smith, wife of Ambassador of Ghana
  • State Department official Peter Valerine giving an award to an ivoirian student of YALI

    State Department official Peter Valerine giving an award to an ivoirian student of YALI
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  • Ambassador Stevens giving an award to an ivoirian student of YALI

    Ambassador Stevens giving an award to an ivoirian student of YALI
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    Ivoirians business leaders participating in YALI program in Washington lined up to received awards from the Embassy of Ivory Coast
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    Ivoirians business leaders participating in YALI program in Washington lined up to received awards from the Embassy of Ivory Coast
  • Melvin P. Foote (CEO of Constituency for Africa)

  • Bintou Dioumand ( Chair at United Africa)

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  • Legendary Collinet with an ivoirian traditional qeen

  • Royal family from Ivory Coast

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    Ambassador Joseph Smith chating with a guest
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    Jeannine B. Scott chating
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“It has not been a bed of roses, but Ivory Coast is now on the fast lane of development,” said Ambassador Diabate Daouda, in his remarks. “From agriculture, to infrastructure, youth employment and more, Ivory Coast is making tremendous strides. Under the leadership of President Alassane Ouattara, our country has enjoyed a sustained growth rate for the last couple of years. Various development indexes from reputable agencies put Ivory Coast on the top list of faster developing economies and investors are welcome with open arms”, he added to applause.

The leading producer of cocoa in the world, Ivory Coast got its independence from France on August 7 1960. The country had moments of political instability including a civil war and a contentious presidential election, which culminated in the forceful eviction of President Laurent Gbagbo in 2010. Current President Alassane Ouattara is in his second and last constitutional term.

“The worst is behind us and Ivory Coast now enjoys peace,” Ambassador Diabate concluded. Peter Valerine, a top State Department official who spoke at the cemeromony, agreed when he called Ivory Coast “a vital US partner in Africa”. Late last year, Ivory Coast became eligible for $500 million) grant from U.S. foreign aid agency the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), to be released over the next five years for development projects. In addition, prospects are looking good with American companies like General Electric, ExxonMobil, and Anadarko etc…, running operations in the country. Ajong Mbapndah  and Ben Bangoura

 

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Chancè Gatoro from D.R.Congo is Miss Culture USA 2016

Congolese born refugee from Goma, the 21-year-old Chancè Gatoro was crowned Saturday night Miss Culture USA pageant produced by Therapeutic Interventions Inc., with Fatmata Koroma. The event was held at the Historic Fraser Mansion in Washington, DC before an enthusiastic crowd, which saw contestants representing 9 countries in Africa. It was a tale of winners as the contenders were at their best in presenting their visions and platforms to make a difference in the community, while displaying multiple facets of the African culture at its finest.
A talking drum to display messages from Nigeria, using poetry to share uplifting messages from South Africa, traditional dance moves from Ethiopia, Kenya, Togo and music from South Africa, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. Chancè Gatoro a Congolese who works full time, goes to school full time and runs an NGO, stood out with her brilliant and consistent message on the severe and underestimated dangers posed by child soldiers in Congo. 
The acclamation to which her victory was received was a vindication of the choice of the jury made up of Howard University Professor Kelly Jibrill, music producer Frank Anderson, Actress Sheri Holder, Managing Editor Ajong Mbapndah of Pan African Visions and Dr. Sheri Sesay Tuffour. “Juggling a full time job, attending school and attending rehearsals for the pageant were no easy feat”, said a very emotional Chancè Gatoro.
In the midst of all these, the biggest issue was trying to tell the story of child soldiers in her country without getting sentimental or tearing up. Chancè Gatoro succeeds Miatta Sandy Miss Sierra Leone 2015. She was crowned after the initial winner, Sandra Lucy Asomugha from Nigeria, was disqualified for bad misconduct. The Miss Culture USA beauty pageant, in its second edition this year, lined up nine inspiring contestants from DRC, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Togo, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Sierra Leone. The two runners-up, Rebotele Dikolomela and Rejoice Malatji, are both from South Africa.

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Chancè Gatoro from D.R.Congo is Miss Culture USA 2016
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    Miss Chancè Gatoro with runners up Rebotele Dikolomela and Rejoice Malatji from South Africa.
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  • Chancè Gatoro, Miss Culture USA 2016

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  • Chancè Gatoro, Miss Culture USA 2016

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Miss Kenya

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  • Miss Ethiopia

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  • Miss Tanzania

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  • Miss Nigeria

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  • Miss Togo

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  • Rebotele Dikolomela (SA), first runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Rejoice Malatji (SA), second runner-up

  • Miss Ethiopia

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  • Miss Ethiopia with Princess Gelila

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  • Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc

  • Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc

  • Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc

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    National Affairs Office Executive Director Beth Akiyama accepting a certificate of appreciation from Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
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    Prof. Kelley Page Jibrell accepting a certificate of appreciation from Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc,
  • Fatmata Koroma with Managing Editor Ajong Mbapndah of Pan African Visions

    Ajong Mbapndah of Pan African Visions accepting a certificate of appreciation from Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc.
  • Jury member Dr. Sheri Sesay Tuffour

  • Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc

  • Journalist David Vendy, MC of 2016 Miss Culture USA

  • Journalist David Vendy, MC of 2016 Miss Culture USA

  • Journalist David Vendy, MC of 2016 Miss Culture USA

  • Managing Editor Ajong Mbapndah of Pan African, jury member of the 2016 Miss Culture USA

  • Journalist David Vendy with Prof. Kelly Jibrill

  • Journalist David Vendy with Prof. Kelly Page Jibrell

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  • Prof. Kelly Jibrell

  • Church of Scientology National Office Director with Actress Sheri Holder

  • National Affairs Office Executive Director Beth Akiyama with Actress Sheri Holder

  • National Affairs Office Executive Director Beth Akiyama

  • Actress Sheri Holder

  • Princess Gelila of Ethiopia with friends

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  • Singer Swanza Harris

  • Singer Swanza Harris

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  • Dr. Sheri Sesay Tuffour

  • Journalist David Vendy with Moussa Camara

  • Miss Ethiopia with Talk Show Host D. Gerawork (Gera)

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  • Sheri and Kelley

  • Prof. Kelley Page Jibrell

  • Jury members of 2016 Miss Culture USA

  • Jury members of 2016 Miss Culture USA

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  • Fatmata Koroma with daughter Hazel

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  • Journalist David Vendy

  • Princess Gelila with Talk Show Host D. Gerawork (Gera)

  • National Affairs Office Executive Director Beth Akiyama

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  • Security officer Andrew with his colleague

  • Singer Joshua

  • Miatta Sandy, Miss Culture USA 2015

  • Miatta Sandy, Miss Culture USA 2015

  • Miatta Sandy Miss Culture USA 2016

  • Miatta Sandy Miss Culture USA 2016

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  • Princess Gelila with Talk Show Host D. Gerawork (Gera)

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  • Attendees of 2016 Miss culture USA pageants

Describing all the contestants as winners, Fatmata Koroma, CEO of Therapeutic Interventions Inc., challenged the girls to live up to all the lofty projects presented and expressed the hope that they will all remain role models to society. 
She lauded the support she has received from the Church of Scientology National Office which has been gracious in allowing Therapeutic Interventions Inc. use the Historic Frazier Mansion to host a number of activities this year. The event, emceed by Sierra Leonese Radio personality David Vandy of VOA, was animated with musical presentations from a number of artists including Joshua Azuka Atuya, Swanza Harris and African Emperor from Sierra Leone. Ben Bangoura. AlloConakry

Visite de l’ambassadeur Mamady Condé à Atlanta

Poursuivant sa politique de proximité envers les siens, l’ambassadeur de Guinée aux Etats-Unis, Mamady Condé, a effectué du 26 au 29 mai dernier une visite de travail à Atlanta où il a assisté à la 12ème édition du tournoi inter-states de football.

En compagnie de son épouse Mme Odia Condé et deux de ses proches collaborateurs le consul Ali Camara et Ie chargé des affaires culturelles Ibrahima Gnaissa, M. Condé a mis ce déplacement à profit pour visiter le State House de l’Etat de Georgie et un magazin de dépot de l’organisation humanitaire MedShare.

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Visite de l'ambassadeur Condé à Atlanta pour le tournoi Inter-states 2016
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  • Le Représentant Ed Royce, président de la commission des Affaires étrangères de la chambre basse du congrès des Etats-Unis

  • Le Représentant Ed Royce s'entretient avec l'ambassadeur Condé

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  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec le représentant Dana T. Rohrabacher (Rep de Californie)

  • Le représentant Dana T. Rohrabacher (Rep de Californie) avec Kramo Koita, conseiller politique de l'Ambassade de Guinée à Washington

  • Le représentant Dana T. Rohrabacher (Rep de Californie) avec Kramo Koita, conseiller politique de l'Ambassade de Guinée à Washington

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  • Le représentant Dana T. Rohrabacher (Rep de Californie), président du sous comité de la chambre basse chargé de l'Europe, de l'Eurasie et des menaces émerngentes

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  • Le représentant Dana T. Rohrabacher (Rep de Californie), président du sous comité de la chambre basse chargé de l'Europe, de l'Eurasie et des menaces émerngentes

  • Le représentant Dana avec l'ambassadeur Condé et son conseiller politique Koita

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  • L'ambassadeur Mamady Condé

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  • Hadja Odia Condé, épouse de SE Mamady Condé, l'ambassadeur de Guinée aux Etats-Unis

  • M. Kramo Koita, conseiller politique de l'ambassade de Guinée aux Etats-Unis, lors d'une viste au Capitole

  • L'ambassadeur Condé et son épouse devant un portrait de Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Au Capitole de l'Etat de Georgie

  • Mahmoud Condé en compagne de l'ambassadeur Condé et son épouse

  • Curator au State House d'Atlanta

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  • Curator au State House d'Atlanta

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  • Mme Odia Condé avec une employée de State house

  • Mme Odia Condé avec une employée de State house

  • Hadja Odia Condé, épouse de SE Mamady Condé, l'ambassadeur de Guinée aux Etats-Unis

  • Mme Odia Condé avec une employée de State house

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec une législatrice de Georgie

  • Une employée de State House, en Georgie

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  • La faune et la flore

  • La faune et la flore

  • Hadja Odia Condé, épouse de SE Mamady Condé, l'ambassadeur de Guinée aux Etats-Unis

  • L'ambassadeur Condé

  • Le consul Ali Camara avec Mme Odia Condé

  • Hadja Odia Condé, épouse de SE Mamady Condé, l'ambassadeur de Guinée aux Etats-Unis

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec Nell Diallo, vice présidente en charge des relations internationales

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec Nell Diallo, vice présidente en charge des relations internationales

  • Magazin de dépot de MedShare

  • L'ambassadeur Condé lors de sa visite au magazin de dépot de MedShare

  • L'ambassadeur Condé lors de sa visite au magazin de dépot de MedShare

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec un responsable de MedShare

  • Déjeuner à MedShare

  • L'ambassadeur Condé, lors de la remise du trophée au capitaine de l'équipe d'Ohio

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec les dirigeants de la communauté guinéenne d'Atlanta

  • Le journaliste Ben Bangoura

  • Olubunmi U. Jinadu President & CEO United Soccer Africa

  • L'ambassadeur Condé avec Olubunmi U. Jinadu, President & CEO United Soccer Africa

  • L'amsaadeur Condé en compagnie de son conseiller politique Koita

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

  • Avec les responsables de United Soccer Africa

L’ambassadeur a également conféré avec les responsables de l’association des guinéens d’Atlanta. De même avec la direction de United Africa Soccer, principal sponsor de l’inter-states 2016.Avant de se rendre à Atlanta, l’ambassadeur Condé avait rencontré mercredi 25 mai, au Capitole, le président de la commission des Affaires étrangères de la chambre basse des Etats-Unis et le président du sous comité en charge de l’Europe, de l’Eurasie et de menaces émergentes M. Dana Tyrone Rohrabacher. En images avec Parade du Jour. AlloConakry

 

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