Register: Nigerian Emerging Political Leaders Forum (Lagos – South West Edition) 2017

Are you under 40 and interested in running for Public Office in Nigeria especially in the 2019 election? Are you interested in Running and Winning your desired elective office ? Do you know what it takes to RUN and WIN ? Will you like to have a deeper understanding of the Nigerian Political Terrain and how to maneuver your way among the political landmines set for young people, then register on www.gleehdfoundation.org.ng for the Nigerian Emerging Political Leaders Forum (Lagos – South West Nigeria Edition) 2017.

Speakers and Panellist will share tips and experiences on –

Financing, Fundraising and Crowfunding for your Campaign

Winning with Women: Lessons for Female Aspirants and Men who needs women on their campaign team.

Managing issues of Party Supremacy, Internal Democracy and Your Vision to LEAD.

Harnessing New and Conventional Media for Grassroot Mobilisation.

Building a political structure

All our speakers and panellist have done it before. They have either been an aspirant, candidate or responsible for winning elections.

This event is not for speeches but for knowledge and experience sharing.

All advertised speakers confirmed including Reuben Abati, Muiz Banire, Governor Segun Mimiko, Senator Mamora, Joe Igbokwe, Fouad Oki (The campaign manager that ran Tinubu, Fashola and Ambode’s Campaign as DG), Doyin Okupe, Abike Dabiri Erewa, Barr Ebere Ifendu, and more. Of course Kunle Soriyan and Pastor Sam Adeyemi will deliver keynotes that will raise the roof on Having the Right Mindset to Run.

The new generation leaders who are shaping electoral systems like Adebola Williams, Tayo Araromi, Korede Oluwole, Deji Adeyanju and Gbenga Gold Olorunpomi will also be there to share knowledge.

GLEEHD Foundation’s Africa Regional Director , Mr Dayo Israel will also be speaking at this GLEEHD Governance Division event. The event is organised in partnership with other civil society organisations including Student Without Borders, Community Agenda for Peace, HEDA, The Mahomet center and other CSO. Interested volunteers and partners should email nigeria@gleehdfoundation.org

It’s FREE but only 1000 seats available at the new Landmark venue of the Forum in Surulere. Preregistration is Mandatory.

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