- n. Botswanan statesman who was the first president of Botswana (1921-1980)
“Direct appealsBotswanan President Ian Khama is on the board of Conservation International.”
“Sir Seretse Khama is referred to from time to time.”
“She heads to Botswana on Friday to call on President Ian Khama in Gaborone, the capital, and drop in at a combination clinic and center for teenagers that teaches about leadership and HIV/AIDS.With the official business concluded by Saturday, the first lady and her family will head off for private time, including a safari and an overnight stay in the animal park.”
“After the call on Khama, Mrs. Obama ended the day at the Mokolodi Nature Reserve, where family and staff had dinner.”
“Mrs. Obama said she is her husband's "direct representative" and as such she was the one who met Friday with Botswanan President Ian Khama.”
“Khama expressed appreciation for US assistance, including life-saving support for HIV/AIDS patients, the White House said.”
“They also discussed youth leadership, the key theme that Mrs. Obama has been promoting in Africa, and Khama's interest in conservation.”
“The split came after some MPs were suspended last month for what Khama, son of Botswana's founding father, Seretse Khama, described as indiscipline.”
“Prime Minister Rudd and I also discussed the situation in Zimbabwe with President Khama during his recent state visit to Australia.”
“From you I'm heading off to greet the President of Botswana, who's on a state visit to Australia, President Khama.”
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