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OAU hosts African Student for Liberty Conference


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Seye Joseph – @seyetweets

The African foremost university, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife is set to host the annual  African Student for Liberty Conference in Nigeria.

The conference that is an intellectually-engaging student conference will bring together campus leaders and advocates of free society to discuss, and share practical ideas on how to promote the ideas of tolerance, liberty and markets.

The ASFL Programs Director, Olumayo Okediran said that the event will be the third edition that will be held in the institution with two previous editions that had been held at University of Ibadan.

Okediran said that the conference will be in tune with the theme #ShareYourStory with speakers sharing their personal experiences in the liberty movement, and how the ideas of liberty have helped them in their life pursuits.

Speakers at the event include: Japheth Omojuwa, Editor,; Yael Ossowski, Program Director ESFL; Olumayowa Okediran, Programs Manager, ASFL; Martin VanStaden, Member ASFL Executive Member; Linda Kavuka, Chair ASFL Executive Member; Isack Danford, Founder Uhuru, Tanzania;

Others include Emeka Ezeugo, Program Associate; Wale Ajetunmobi, Editor, The Nation Newspaper; Adewale Bankole, Country Director Bastiat Soceity among others. The speakers will be speaking on range of practical, interesting and diverse topics as it concerns liberty today.

The conference will be at Cooperative Building Hall, behind Zenith Bank of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile–Ife, Nigeria with free lunch pack and coffee for every participant at the event.

Interested applicants should apply via this link


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