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Warwick Varsity Student organises symposium to honour Gowon

Mr Richard Olumakaiye, a Ph.D student of Warwick University is organising a symposium in honour of the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria General Yakubu Gowon Ph.D rtd who 40 years ago bagged his doctorate degree from the University.

The Symposium tagged: ” Nigerian Reforms: What It Means For The Economy, Happinness and Social Existence “, is coming up on 21 June 2024 at 2pm. Venue is OC.1. 04 The Oculus Building.

The one-day symposium “is aimed to engage Nigerian students to discuss and share opinions about our vision for our beloved country. This is to get perspectives from our speakers on what a Nigerian reformation would look like and what it promises for the state of our economy, happiness, and social existence.”

The Keynote speaker is Dr Akinyemi Oyawale and panelists are; Alabi Usman, Afeez Shittu and off course the host Richard son of the Late Archbishop Humphrey Olumakaiye . It is going to be physical and virtual.

A press statement from the organizers states: “We must say it is indeed a great privilege to be involved in this project. We are organising a symposium in honour of General Dr Yakubu Gowon, who obtained his Doctorate degree in Political science at the University of Warwick (1984), incidentally 40 years ago. General Gowon was not just the youngest head of state Nigeria has ever had, he was a prominent leader and played a key role in Nigeria’s history.

“Recognising his PhD heritage at the University of Warwick, this one-day symposium is aimed to engage Nigerian students to discuss and share opinions about our vision for our beloved country. This is to get perspectives from our speakers on what a Nigerian reformation would look like and what it promises for the state of our economy, happiness, and social existence.

“It would also offer a great networking opportunity to bring African students together, to promote dialogue, support and promote friendship. We hope this would inspire new generation of leaders from all spheres and ignite our patriotism

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