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Fela Durotoye will be speaking at the LBS Africa Business Summit themed Scaling for Impact | May 12th

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 LBS Africa Business SummitIt’s another edition of LBS Africa Business Summit by London Business School. This is a go-to Africa-focused annual event for business professionals, entrepreneurs, investors and students.

One of Nigeria’s Presidential Aspirants for 2019, Fela Durotoye who is also a nation builder and leadership expert will be speaking at the event.

Other speakers at LBS Africa Business Summit will include the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo who will be joined at the summit by other notable speakers such as the CEO Africa, Standard Bank, Sola David-Borha; CEO of Global Phosphate Group, OCP Group, Mostafa Terrab; Vice President and Treasurer of the International Finance Corporation, Jingdong Hua; CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde Gebremariam; Partner at Helios Investment Partners, Souleymane Ba; Manager, Afrobeats King Fela Kuti, Rikki Stein; Co-Founder of Celtel and CEO of Eaton Towers, Terry Rhodes; CEO, House of Tara, Tara Fela-Durotoye; among others.

Date: Saturday, May 12th, 2018.

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BellaNaija is a media partner for LBS Africa Business Summit 2018

1 Comment

  1. nnenne

    May 11, 2018 at 4:20 am

    My questions for these new presidential aspirants are:
    1) How are you going take the cabals, who sponsor elections, then hold our leaders at ransom away from our political space?
    In other words,how would you cost effectively , transparently run your campaign without involving the cabals?

    2). Hope you will restructure into six geopolitical zones and give more power to the zones? A little competition won’t hurt. Going to Abuja every month to share revenue, kills incentive, creativity and turns everyone into panhandlers.

    3). How are you going to stop the old politicians who failed this country from infiltrating the new political parties?

    3). What do you intend to do during your term and how? What would you do differently? Answer transparently.

    My questions also goes to Sowore and his group!

    You all should please communicate with the Nigerian youth!

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