Former IMF Head Dominique Strauss-Kahn on August 29 took a last bow, and bid farewell to the International Monetary Fund staff, in downtown Washington.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, or DSK as he is known, was forced to resign from his post in the aftermath of a highly publicized sexual assault case in a French-owned hotel in New York. The criminal case was ultimately dismissed by the city’s District Attorney, who argued that Nafissatou Diallo, the Guinean-born Sofitel maid who had made the charges, lacked sufficient credibility.
A friend who attended the event at the IMF Headquarters said DSK was warmly welcomed. DSK spoke before a large audience at a behind-closed-doors gathering, with no media. He shook hands with many in the gathering.
Read further here.
Nicole Kekeh is a contributor to ForbesWoman World With A View, a blog for global women, and to ForbesWoman. Nicole Kekeh is the founder of The Dora Kan Group LLC a startup and strategy firm dedicated to affecting change in Africa by leveraging the power of business innovation and by working with emerging businesses and industries in Africa and connecting them to ideas and solutions, to grow. She created and writes a blog on Africa and on issues ranging from politics to economics. For further information, visit: http://www.thedorakangroup.com/ or write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org