To mark the 2nd year anniversary of the abduction of the Dapchi school girls, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Yobe State chapter, today Wednesday February 19th, staged a solidarity walk in the state, praying for peace to return to the country as well as challenging […]
Not a few share the opinion that Nigeria is at the crossroads. This feeling informs the sustained efforts geared at conversations on how to fix the ailing ‘giant of Africa.’
A political forum has been billed to take place at Ikoyi with Professor Wole Soyinka as the Keynote Speaker in this maiden edition. Ripples Nigeria Dialogue is a special forum designed to broaden conversation on the troubled Nigerian project.
The event is designed as an annual offering by Ripples Centre for Data and Investigative Journalism (RCDIJ), a non-profit organization and partners to Ripples Nigeria, an award-winning digital multi-media news platform. The theme for this conversation forum is ‘Rebuilding trust in a divided Nigeria’.
The event will also have great minds such as Dr. Pat Utomi (Celebrated economist and management expert), Mr. Peter Obi (Former Governor of Anambra State), and Dr. Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi (Human rights activist and university don) in the panel to coordinate the event. The event will be moderated by Dr. Reuben Abati (accomplished scholar, journalist and media practitioner).
Ripples Nigeria Dialogue is for all stakeholders in the Nigerian project, especially civil society organizations, the military, political scholars, politicians, the media, members of the academia and corporate Nigeria who may want a prosperous and stable country.
Attendance at this event is FREE. The date and time is Thursday, March 15,2018 by 10am and the venue is The Whitebaker Hotel, 4, Onitolo Road, Ikoyi, Eti- Osa, Lagos Nigeria.
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