One of Nigeria’s opposition leaders and former Governor of Lagos State – Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will deliver the Keynote address at a conference holding at the British House of Commons on June 10.
The conference, with the theme ‘Leadership, National Development and the People’ will be hosted by a member of the British Parliament – David Lammy MP; who will be joined by Ivan Lewis MP – Shadow Secretary for International Development; and Mr Julius Maada Bio – former military Head of State of Sierra Leone; “to share thoughts and deliberate on salient issues of national development, as it concerns Nigeria, Africa and the UK.”
African Partnership Development, the conference organisers, in a statement, noted that “the surge in the number of people with impressive credentials, from different diplomatic circles in the UK, British and African entrepreneurs, investors and Nigerian Professionals in Europe, who have signified interest to participate at the event since the confirmation of the former Lagos State governor as the lead discussant for the conference is a clear indication that there will be quality debates and viable outcomes for the future of Africa, and Nigeria in particular.”.
African Partnership Development’s Tunde Alabi noted ”we are very happy at the support we have received from everybody both from the UK and Africa since the announcement of the conference. We are committed to ensuring that every Nigerian in or outside the country, has access to quality life, education, quality and available healthcare delivery service and social equality. We are focused on continuously creating series of engagements that will promote good government and sustainable growth without any political affiliation and or statements.”
African Partnership Development is a non-governmental, public engagement organisation based in the United Kingdom.
Source: The Trumpet