Today, at approximately 9.10am, President John Dramani Mahama, will deliver the honorary keynote address to open the Oxford Africa Conference 2015 at the Oxford Union.
The Oxford Union, is the world’s most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to the Oxford University.
Distinguished individuals, who have spoken at the Oxford Union include, Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, Mother Teresa, Malcolm X and Henry Kissinger.
The two-day conference is being coordinated by the Oxford University Africa Society, the Oxford Business Network for Africa and the Said Business School.
The theme for the 6th annual event is ‘A Continent on the Move: People, Politics and Business Across Borders’, and will seek to investigate new thinking and perspectives about Africa across all disciplines.
President Mahama, and other speakers, will help delegates gain a deep understanding and awareness of the power and potential of an interconnected African continent.
President Mahama’s address, will be live on a number of radio stations in Ghana, including Radio Gold, Rainbow Radio, StarrFM, CitiFM, Atinka FM, Radio Ghana and Joy FM.