Nigerian Toastmasters' Conference to hold in December

The event is expected to play host to over two hundred professionals and entrepreneurs from across the country.

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This December will see Toastmasters’ clubs from across the country gather in Lagos for the annual ‘Nigerian Toastmasters' Conference’.

The Lagos Corporate Summit will hold on December 1, 2015 while the District Conference will hold on December 5, 2015.

“” is the theme of this year’s conference. The Keynote speaker for the event is Mr Kyari Buka, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Central Securities Clearing System.

The event is expected to play host to over two hundred professionals and entrepreneurs from across the country. I will also be attended by key members of the international club namely: DTM Victoria Ferrer, Region 11 Advisor covering Britain and Ireland, the Middle East, Europe, South and West Africa- 2015-2016 as the special guest.  and DTM Teresa Dukes, the Toastmasters Regional Advisor, Africa and the Middle East.

Toastmasters International is a communication and leadership development club. It is an educational club that seeks to develop the (oral) communication, listening and leadership skills of its members.

Register for the event here: www.toastmastersdivisionf.org/nigerian-conference/

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