Staging and production for a global summit in Kenya where President Barack Obama will speak are costing taxpayers $7 million.
Obama is making his first presidential visit to the African country to attend the sixth Global Entrepreneurship Summit, which is being held at the United Nations office near the U.S. embassy in Nairobi on Saturday and Sunday.
According to government contracts, staging, teleprompters, break out rooms, prayer rooms, and other logistics for the two-day event will cost $7 million.
Source: It’s Costing Taxpayers $7 Million for Summit to Talk About Entrepreneurs | Washington Free Beacon
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