Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tweets from Rome: Weaning Africa off Aid; One Enterprise at at Time

In response to my recent call in the Huffington Post for less focus on Aid to Africa, and rather an increase in support for investments and enterprise, there were a lot of cynical comments, and other more respectful responses.  I … Continue reading

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God Bless America, God Help Africa! – Of Rome, Afropreneurship, and Lost Passports

September 1, 2011 was not meant to be like any other day prior to it.  Even I knew that, and had eagerly awaited the day. After all, it was going to be the first day of my post-Chevron career.  After … Continue reading

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