Bono was in Washington on Friday and visited the White House to meet President Obama to fill him in on his recent trip to Africa.
It appears the meeting was not on Obama’s official itinerary for the day, but a National Security spokesman told CNN what the two talked about.
"[They discussed] ways to make sure our foreign aid is effective, and the opportunities for innovation and technology to change the development landscape in Africa,” he said.
The Bono-founded charity organization ONE released a statement about the visit, in which the U2 front man went over some of the issues discussed.
"With the first Blackberry president, we discussed the power of new technology to empower activists and entrepreneurs across Africa, part of a new rising generation that's boosting growth and governance and defying stereotypes,” read the statement.
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