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Putting Our Environment First! Join the African Environmental Action Summit | Friday 28th & Saturday 29th June 2013



African Environmental Action Summit - BellaNaija - June2013

It’s time to care for the environment. Over the years mankind has exploited the environment and even now like a maiden in distress, the land is in search of heroes.

Next weekend, some individuals who care about the environment will converge in Lagos to express their love for  a greener and cleaner environment and chart a course to exploring Africa’s natural resources for sustainable development. Organised by The Green Afrique Network, the African Environmental Action Summit (AEAS) will feature a Green lecture, a lunch and a dinner. Some of the speakers that will be present include green activists like Dr Newton Jibunoh and Desmond Majekodumi, Ibrahim Dikko (Director Regulatory and Government, Etisalat)  Gbenga Ashiru (Minister of Foreign Affairs), Pastor Paul Adefarasin (Pastor of House on the Rock) and Dr Adeleke ( DG Nigerian Conservation Foundation). Others are Publisher of The Guardian Mrs Maiden Ibru, the 1st Lady of Ogun State, 1st Lady of Sierra Leone and The Vice President of Liberia.

With the clear understanding that the future belongs to the youth, the organizers have also made room for the participation of young people via the “iRave Nigeria- TAN Ultra Violet RAVE!” Featuring Nigeria’s ‘hottest Dj’s’ including- DJ Neptune, DJ Humility, DJ Spinall and DJ Caise. The expectation is that all participants will begin to carry a torch for the environment and protect it dearly. Caring for the environment is critical! The time for AFRICAN Environmental ACTION is Now!

Social media platforms will be used to promote the event with the hashtag – #GoGreenAEAS as well as giving the youth the opportunity to win tickets to the iRaveNigeria Party which has the hashtag – #iRaveNigeria.

Date: Friday 28th & Saturday 29th June 2013
Time: 9AM
Green Lecture: Federal Palace Hotel, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos
iRaveNigeria: Contact: Ember Creek, Ikoyi, Lagos
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  1. Albert Temitope

    June 21, 2013 at 11:04 am

    I can’t afford to miss this lecture. keep it up guys!

  2. Albert Temitope

    June 21, 2013 at 11:07 am

    What a wonderful initiative. It’s time we wake up to the call by keeping our environment clean. I love this!

  3. Ruby

    June 21, 2013 at 11:33 am

    It is really a great initiative. I wish I could be a part of this…#sad. How can I participate, I’m in Abuja

  4. Tokede Seyi

    June 21, 2013 at 11:52 am

    Nigeria is waking up to the importance of safe, clean and green environment, this is a welcome development. I salute the organizers for this great event.

  5. Duvy

    June 22, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    Awwww this is real nice

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