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Hive Africa Global Leadership Program: Reception Dinner at VCP Hotel, Victoria Island Lagosross

Lagos Nigeria is hosting this year's HIVE Africa Global Leadership Program which is the 3rd edition in Africa since 2016. It was a delightful, meet and greet, dinner, power networking and more as delegates from across 15 African countries, US and more found common grounds. This is in preparation of the 3 major full day events that will follow from tomorrow till Saturday May 5, 2018.
Event holds at the VCP Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos 

Cross section of Hivers with Hive CEO, Ryan Allis those handsome twin brothers


Some Hive Alumnus

With Ryan Allis

I took even more pictures and lively videos on Instagram. Kindly click HERE to watch when I was setting out, HERE for some pictures, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE to watch Edwin and I. Edwin is the first Hiver I met because we are lodged in same classy hotel. He is Liberian. 


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