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Voices For Change: Evidence Mining Workshop To Be Journaled by Jenny Chisom

Hello boss,
I was selected to participate in the Evidence Mining workshop  organised by Voices for Change, a DFID sponsored program.
I have been an ambassador of this project for 2 years because I love the fact that it focuses on helping men in order to stop gender violence. 

Check out and download the 'Being a Man in Nigeria' report on this blog and read what it is about. 

You will love it!

I will bring you more updates everyday till Thursday but now I'm still gushing about the class and feel of the Golden Tulip Hotel Brand in Lagos where I am lodged. I don't know why the hotel is not in Abuja...I would find out. Lol

Above is a picture of my 'thinking spot' for the period I'd be here.


I've met some wonderful media gurus already from our Arikair flight from Abuja. So this should be fun!✌✌

This ain't no CEO post, I know. But I'm thinking, should I tell more stories along side enterprise gists? Let me know.

*A Toast to you!


Vincent Dania said…
Looking forward to more updates. I hope that evidence(s) mined from this workshop will help in creating a better Nigeria where the potentials of the girl-child will be fully realized.

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