DFW International Hosts Tasteful “Taste of Africa” Event

DALLAS – DFW International Community Alliance in collaboration with the City of Dallas hosted cross section of Africans to a unique gathering at the African American Museum. The Event tagged “the taste of Africa” is the fourth event in the 2009 African Unity Festival.

The program which was compared by radio show host Tunde Obazee witnessed the presentation of African Business Leadership Awards and the African Student Leadership Award.

Eritrean children sang a rendition of the US national anthem to the delight of guests. The event which witnessed an overwhelming turn out gave an opportunity for guests diplomats to interact amongst themselves.

Top amongst the highlights of the evening was the actual opportunity for guests to savor cuisine from five African Countries. The meals were complimented with fine wine. Participating restaurants include; Kalahari, Marrakesh cafe, Afriq Carib, Dullul East African Cuisine and KissDKiss.

1 Reply on DFW International Hosts Tasteful “Taste of Africa” Event

  • Dr. Chimaroke Ahanotu says:

    The event was a blast for Africans in the DFW: Good food, good people. I have the feeling that Africa one day would come back to regain her place in world history, just a matter of time. However, we need to support our leaders achieve this aim. Tosan, you are the best! The pictures tell it all. Yours was good journalism, and you have my respect. Thanks.

    Dr. Chima Ahanotu

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