Yes, that's your humble Cable guy leading a fascinating discussion on global development at the Newseum last Friday, put on by Oxfam America and featuring a keynote speech by Kenya's legendary anti-corruption champion, John Githongo.
"Ownership is ni sisi. It is up to us. It is us who own our problems. And it is us who will come up with the solutions," Githongo, who now runs the NGO Inuka Kenya Trust, told the assembled crowd.
He was joined on the panel by Oxfam America President Ray Offenheiser, Liberian Economic and Finance Minister Amara Konneh, and Esther Talla of the Cameroon Coalition Against Malaria.
If you have 90 minutes or so, check out the entire event video below or here:
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