Ikorodu Division Symposium

Ikorodu Symposium

Theme:

"Ikorodu Division: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow with Lagos as Mega City

Date: Sunday, 18th December 2016
Venue: Musical Village, Awolowo Road, Ota Ona, Ikorodu, Lagos

 

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3rd Festival Colloquium

Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi

Theme:

"Tourism Potentials In Yorubaland: Landmarks Culture & History

By
His Royal Majesty

OBA ADEYEYE ENITAN OGUNWUSI

Ojaja II, Ooni of Ife

Date: Saturday, 20th of August 2016
Venue: Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Time: 11am

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Lagos the Original Southern Lady of Means

4th Festival Colloquium

Introduction

My country, Nigeria is a creation of the Imperial British Empire. Imperialism is a type of advocacy of an empire, a policy of extending a country’s (Britain) power and influence through colonialism to another country (Nigeria) by the use of military force or other means such as treaties and diplomacy. The process entails a system of domination and subordination organized with an imperial centre (London) with periphery throughout the Commonwealth. Nigeria after colonialism has become a jigsaw puzzle that requires solution in many ways.

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Rhythm of Lagos waxes intellectually stronger

…Spotlighting Badagry zone towards Lagos

By Kabir Alabi Garba, The Guardian   |   31 July 2016

The intimidating profile of some of the personalities serving in the Lagos at 50 Committee evokes the conclusion that the delivery of its core mandate is going to be a work-over.Lagos State Governor, Akinwumi Ambode appeared to have summed up the mandate at the committee’s inauguration, late last May, saying, “In celebrating Lagos, we must showcase our cultural heritage. We must celebrate the language, arts, sights and sounds of Lagos.”

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