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Nigerian Bloggers to interact with Governor Kayode Fayemi

In continuation of the tradition of participatory governance, Governor Kayode Fayemi will be having a no holds barred session with key social media actors (bloggers, activsits, factivists and influencers) from the 6th through 9th February 2014 at the Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort, Ikogosi-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria.

This foremost, open and frank interactive discussion forum will look at the advancements, scorecard, challenges and shortcomings of the government under Kayode Fayemi over the past forty months. 


The forum offers a rare opportunity for Governor Fayemi to interface with the blogosphere and vice-versa. The session will feature over 100 participants both physically and virtually through the following platforms; Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google Plus.

Outline of events includes:


• Bloggers media state tour
• #JKFeedback with Kayode Fayemi
(Social media hype featuring questions and answers – Twitter, Facebook questions) & Google Hangout

To watch the live streaming event online, log on to:
YOUTUBE: www.youtube/ekitistatengr

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