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MTN Brings Les Brown to Nigerian Campuses



les 4 webMTN is currently promising consumers an enriched life in which all the product and services are designed to add value to the everyday life of its subscribers. The giant telecom operator is bringing Mr. Les Brown, a renowned speaker to Nigerian campuses.

In a string of events tagged “MTN Enriched Life Seminar featuring Les Brown”, one of the world’s leading authorities in understanding and stimulating human potential will be ready to inspire the young crop in Nigerian universities. He is the author of the highly acclaimed and successful book, Live Your Dreams, and the newly released book; it’s Not over until You Win. He is also a successful entrepreneur, a best-selling author and a radio and television celebrity.

Les Brown is renowned as one of the most transformational speakers in the world with strings of accomplishments. His life history encapsulates the essence of focused and unwavering commitment to pursuing his passions and his lectures teach how to champion individual aspirations.

Young people understand they need to be led. There’s no better teacher than that person who has been through the journey one wants to embark on and has come out with a success story. In as much as young people need to explore, they want to do that carefully and with proper guidance. This will therefore be an opportunity to learn from the master of the game.

The universities to be visited include:

University of Abuja – 19th of January, 2010
University of Benin – 20th of January, 2010
University of Ibadan – 21st of January, 2010
University of Calabar – 22nd of January, 2010

Nigerian youths will have the opportunity to experience the various innovative products and services from MTN and there will also be lots and lots of giveaways!

To register, simply join the “MTN Loadedng group on Facebook” or visit
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  1. boogsy

    January 13, 2010 at 10:45 pm

    this guy?he will probably try to make people buy his book

  2. beezy

    January 14, 2010 at 9:02 am

    Rubbish!!!… lower ur tarriffs MTN and give ur customers loads of freebies.. U knw they deserve it… with all that money you guys make from naija alone…..

  3. Enzo

    January 14, 2010 at 9:40 am

    Whats up with Nigeria’s own University? UNN

  4. duchess419

    January 14, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    of course he will, he aint doign this outa the goodness of his heart!!

  5. az in...

    January 14, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    loll!!! ahn ahn, that’s not fair. he’s a motivational speaker.

  6. eggone

    January 16, 2010 at 1:24 am

    Nigeria is a disgrace, MTN a bigger one! Nonsense!


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  8. berry

    January 19, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    whatever,they just do what they like cos nobody will question them.after the motivational talk nothing will change.change comes 4rm within not by bringing a speaker 2come and clean up their 4 the tariff they need profit so nigerians will continue 2buy mtn products cos we all need communication.they will only reduce tariffs wen they figureout a new way of making profits,we all knw wats good but we dnt do dem.

  9. osi!

    January 19, 2010 at 6:03 pm

    I attended the seminar in University of Abuja, Les is good but it was a campaign for MTN, to buy one of the blackberry phones.
    After Les’ talk, the staff of MTN told us to stay back for a “light drink”, students angrily stormed out of the hall, one dude shouted that MTN should reduce their tarriffs, that he doesn’t want free drink!

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