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Breaking! CEO Blogger, Jenny Chisom To Speak At The 2nd West Africa Bloggers Conference #WABC2016

On the heels of her January 1st award as the Alban Icon and Most Significant Person of the year, blog author Jenny Chisom has been announced alongside other online and brand gurus to speak at the 2nd West Africa Bloggers Conference in Lagos.

This conference brings together bloggers, social media experts and brand masters to show the way out of online publishing mediocrity and is scheduled to hold on the 22nd -23rd January, 2016.

Sponsors and partners for the 2015 debut included MTN, Jumia, Advert Striker, Smile 4GLte, First Bank, Google Nigeria among other big wigs.

Talking to Jenny, who shared this tweet, she was excited and shared that "It is such an honour to speak on the largest conference of bloggers in the African Continent especially because she has attended this same conference as just a participant in 2015 but now attending also as a speaker"

From our findings, we can authoritatively say that this recognition must be connected to Jenny's passion for the Bloggers Community and sacrifice to show best practices through her popular platforms like LOGiN Bloggers Network, Blog Smart trainings and the annually held Bloggers Party amongst her other projects.

The horizon looks even more promising for Bloggers in 2016 with such dynamics.

The official site of this 100% discounted conference is and is a strictly-by-registration event.


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