First, it was the US secretary of state who went on a trip to Africa, now it is the Vice President, Kamala Harris, and later in the year, the President himself is expected to visit Africa.

The U. S. Vice President has ended her weeklong trip across Africa. Kamala Harris met with Zambia’s, Tanzania’s, and Ghana’s heads of state during her 3-leg journey.

In this session hosted by News Central TV (Nigeria), Paul Frimpong, ACCPA’s Executive Director discussed the impact of these high-profile visits on US-Africa relations and what that could mean for China-Africa relations the medium- to long-term.

Paul Frimpong, Executive Director, Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory in an interview with News Central Nigeria.


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