Naija Times diaspora conversations to address insecurity
Naija Times is set to hold the maiden edition of its Diaspora Conversation to address Nigeria’s intractable security crises and proffer solution to the menace.
Billed to hold today, the conversation is slated to commence at 5pm via Zoom platform, with complementary airing on Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms.
The event is historical for the online platform, which began operation six months ago with the self-authored mission, Journalism in Service of Society.
The Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Ehi Braimah, said the project was conceived as a consolidation of the publication’s mission to continuously cultivate the interest of Nigerians abroad, whilst engaging them on issues that concern the country.
He said: “The primary objectives of Naija Times Diaspora Conversations are to engage Nigerians in the Diaspora on issues that affect us, find a common ground and make recommendations to the government, promote patriotism amongst this demography and publish a summary of each conference on Naija Times website for the benefit of our readers.”
Braimah also revealed that subsequent themes of the conference would focus on consular services, economic migration, diaspora remittances, investment opportunities, population growth, public health crisis, social capital, natural resources, tourism potential, development of infrastructure, etc.
Speakers for the conversation include Maj-Gen. Abiodun Role (rtd); Dr. Ikenna Nwosu; Toju Ogbe; Dr. Reuben Abati; Femi Adesina.
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