The Youth Empowerment & ICT Foundation presents the Social Media Awareness Conference – “The Good, The Bad & The Opportunities” | Friday 3rd May 2013

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The Youth Empowerment & ICT Foundation presents the one day conference titled “Social Media Awareness: the Good, the Bad & the Opportunities“. This programme is aimed at creating awareness among the youths on the benefits as well as the negative effects of social media usage.

The conference will will feature inspiring speakers like Linda Ikeji, Lanre Aina of Google Nigeria, Chude Jideonwo, Kaptain of GidiTraffic among others.

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Date: Friday 3rd May 2013
Time: 9:00AM
Venue: Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
For more information and interaction you can follow the event live using hashtag #YEIFSocialBar.
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9 Comments on The Youth Empowerment & ICT Foundation presents the Social Media Awareness Conference – “The Good, The Bad & The Opportunities” | Friday 3rd May 2013
  • Ebegbulem Ngozi April 29, 2013 at 11:36 pm

    Can it be made a tour for people outside lagos who are interested?

  • Ebegbulem Ngozi April 29, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Can it get to other youths in dis country outside those in lagos

  • madman April 30, 2013 at 12:25 am

    Another waste of time and money event…. what happened to creating jobs for young people… **yawns*** I feel really bad for Nigerian youths. Joblessness and kidnappings are on the rise and we are still organizing conferences. #Enough all ready.

  • Esther April 30, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Unfortunately @madam, Jim Ovia is not the Nigerian government therefore he cannot guarantee your security and has done and still is doing his bits in job creation. Besides, I am a beneficiary of their ongoing software project with Google Nigeria and others, which is not open to the public and was not advertised, so before you make comments THINK

  • poisefreak April 30, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    And why can such not be made open to the public @Esther? i would like to assume that since you were privy to that information you are probably one of the lucky few who have “connections”. why not extend his “philanthropy” to the general public instead of a select few with people who have no regard for other people’s opinion as one of their beneficiaries.

  • Esther April 30, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    The “developing Nigeria’s Next Generation of Software Entrepreneur” was an open call event last year you can google it. winnings were selected and we are still in the process, now do they have to do publications to blow trumpet about that? Google it like I said you will see when it was advertised for people and groups to apply and I did. What I meant is the man no dey shout wetin him they do, but he dooes alot, and if you follow them you will always here when they do these things. Their member who are registered with their foundation get scholarships, NYSC placement and plenty of them jobs, If you are not their member you wont know this

  • Omoja Francisca May 3, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    The seminar was really empowering and enlightening. A lot of important things were said. But it is not about how much information you gather, it is about how well you make use of the information that has been collected. It was a wonderful experience.

  • Peace May 4, 2013 at 11:32 am

    @bellanaija hw do i get a laptop with my Ref. No? Is it stil possible to get it even after d programme?

  • social empowerment May 14, 2013 at 8:28 am

    For development of any country, youth plays a important role, if our youth understands its duty, then , no one can stop the development of the nation. Soon, the countries will achieve the peak value. And it further helpful in foundation social empowerment, u combined development, a collective development

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