The two-day summit, which starts from Monday April 29 to 30, 2013, brings together the Chairpersons and Chief Executives of Africa’s biggest businesses and international investors.
Odinga is expected to address a dinner gathering of business and political leaders focusing on the realities of doing business in Africa, including risks and opportunities.
He will also address Kenya’s democratic transformation, the recent elections and the country’s readiness for business with the world.
The Summit has been hosted by the UK’s ‘The Times Newspaper’ since 2011 and focuses on the debate around Africa’s growth agenda and potential.
The summit will be a mixture of a keynote speech and panel sessions.
Other than dinner address, Odinga will participate in two panel discussions: Things Fall Apart: are the risks of doing business in Africa increasing?” and “A road to somewhere: Will Africa’s infrastructure revolution happen this time?”