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ADLI Foundation To Host Project Africa In ABU Zaria

Ahmadu Bello University (ABU Zaria) will on  March 28, 2018 entertain thousands of people including youth and professionals from the public and private sectors in the maiden edition of Project Africa.

With theme, The 2nd Phase of Africa Independence (in honour of the late Sir Ahmadu Bello the only Premier of the Northern Nigeria Region), the programme, which is organized by Africa The Dreamland International Foundation in Partnership with Africa Union, arewa house, African Research and Development Agency (ARADA) would hold at the Assembly Hall, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

The Summit, which will see delegates from different Africa countries discuss various problem facing the continent and possible solutions, seeks to bring together individuals from different walks of life, gender and ethnicity, to discuss issues ranging from empowerment
through positive mindset to development issues.

According to the principal partner/ founder of Africa the dream land international Foundation, I (ADLIF) Mr Olubunmi Dayo David Fagbuyiro" the programme will specifically provide forum, where Nigerian youths and others from different African Countries would meet and interact with government officials, members of the diplomatic class and different business leaders to share ideas on how to move Nigeria/ Africa Forward through youth empowerment and other initiatives.

The conference will also focus on the issues of leadership across a number of sectors, including business, politics, education, health care, religion and public service.

Some of the guest speakers include, Sen. Shehu Sani, Mathias Tsado, Mrs Toyin Saraki, Sen. U Dino Melaye, Mrs Kadija Gambi, Alhaji Ibrahim Abubakar Lajada, Mrs Merline Uliseh, Prof Sule Bello, Dr Tunji Asaolu and many more.


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