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Deji Irawo, Foloronso Aliu, Peterson Adeniyi, Kevin Fyneface Pakaye others Attend Jenny Chisom's Men Talk Event Last Sunday


It was an evening never to forget when we hosted the third in the series of the offline Men interactive events in Abuja.

Having successfully convened the Real Men Summit Abuja in December 2016, following up with the Self discovery workshop The Man and Himself that held on April 9,2017.





Focusing on relationships in this quarter, guest speaker and Men Resource Technocrat Deji Irawo the need for men to appreciate and receive love. This is against the backdrop of the dysfunctional raising that limits the emotional capacity of the average male child.


The reduction of men to a gender that deserve love and care only when performance and approval is in place was said to be a major self esteem challenge.


The discussions centred around Men and vision, sense of purpose, communication need, trust, handling rejection amongst other eye opening insights. Resource persons who provided insight include Peterson Adeniyi,  Foloronso Aliu, Kevin Fyneface Pakaye, Mrs. Felicia Obafemi amongst others.








Photos by Kenneth Osazee Ogbebor

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