MPAC “ENGAGE!” IS HAPPENING ON TWITTER
Meet Our Guest Speaker: Mr Abdurrahman Lekki
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 | 24 Safar, 1444 AH
The Nigerian electorate has clear choices ahead of them in the coming national election. Choices that will translate to different futures. If we do the right things, we would end up with a type of future that matches our choice.
“We do not need a crystal ball to predict the future. We can have the gift of foresight though by understanding how cause and effect work. Every choice and move that we make has a consequence…” ~Jeffrey Lehman.
Keep a date with one of our erudite speakers, Mr AbdurRahman Lekki as he shares powerful insights into the “The Tale of Two Futures” and lessons on good governance and politics on Twitter.
It’s happening on Twitter Spaces on Sunday, October 9th, 2022!
Join our amazing speakers from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. as they share some gems.
Engage them and Participate!
Please share with others in your network as well!!
#choiceswemake #choices #consequences #dotherighthing #DoTheRightThings
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