African leaders arriving in Addis for 22nd AU Summit

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Addis Ababa, 29 January 2014 (WIC) - Some 11 African leaders arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian on Tuesday to attend a two-day summit of the African Union (AU), due to open on Thursday.
The presidents of Mali, Djibouti, Namibia, Equatorial Guinea, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Chad, and Mauritania have touched down in Addis Ababa.

Moreover, presidents of Sudan, South Africa and Somalia have also arrived for the two-day summit which will focus on means of reducing poverty, promoting economic growth and creating wealth through agricultural development.
More leaders are also expected to arrive today.