Leading statesmen, intellectuals, politicians and diplomats from the United States and Africa arrived in Lagos at the weekend for an Afro-American conference.
SV Aircraft taxies Lagos airport.
SV PAN Gowon and wife lead reception party across tarmac.
SV Gowon and wife greet Seretse Khama and wife.
GV Band playing.
LV Seretse Khama inspects guard of honour.
SV & LV Seretse Khama greeting officials (2 shots)
GV Senator Muskie down aircraft steps.
MV American Ambassador Truman and wife meet Muskie and wife.
GV & SV Muskie talking to Nigerian Ambassador Joe Iyala (2 shots)
CU Mrs. Muskie
GV PAN Party away across tarmac.
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Background: Leading statesmen, intellectuals, politicians and diplomats from the United States and Africa arrived in Lagos at the weekend for an Afro-American conference. They included Senator Edmund Muskie, tipped as a future United States President, and Botswana's President, Sir Seretse Khama. They will lead discussions on "African-American relations in the 70s". Nigeria's leader, Major-General Yakubu Gowon, is due to open the conference on Monday (8 March).