DAKAR, SENEGAL — President Barack Obama leaves Senegal Friday for South Africa, continuing a three-nation Africa trip designed to signal a more robust U.S. engagement with the continent.
Obama's final day in Senegal is about one of his key policy priorities for the continent - enhancing food security.
He will attend an event with business leaders and agricultural ministers from West Africa and elsewhere on the continent.
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