MPAC “ENGAGE!” IS HAPPENING ON TWITTER
Meet Our Guest Speaker: Dr Abdulhakeem Abullateef
Tuesday, 27 September 2022 | 1 Rabiʻ Awwal, 1444 AH
Approaches to Political engagements, in the long run, determine the outcomes. Would it be a success or an exercise in futility?
Participation in politics involves different stakeholders with various motives. Participation could be for material incentives, information dissemination, consultation, or herd mentality, in the form of passive participation, active participation or self-mobilization.
And one of the great dangers of political engagement is misplaced hope, with severe consequences.
How can individuals be proactive in engaging in politics?
Keep a date with the erudite Dr Abdul Hakeem Abdullateef as he shares some nuggets with us on the topic “Approaches to Political Engagement” on Twitter @mpacng.
It’s happening on Twitter Spaces on Sunday, October 9th, 2022!
Meeting Link: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/
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!!
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