Are you an African youth worried about the state of affairs in the continent? Would you like a chance to voice out your concern to world leaders? Then here's your opportunity to do that!
Challenge Your Leaders At The 2014 World Economic Forum
Don't miss out on this chance to share your thoughts with world leaders at the World Economic Forum as Pulse presents exclusive coverage at this year's event at Abuja
Pulse will be live at the World Economic forum in Abuja which will see world leaders and global corporate heads like President Goodluck Jonathan, Alhaji Aliko Dangote and the chairman/CEO Heineken, Jean-Francois van Boxmeer deliberate on socio-economic issues in Africa and also to address pressing issues like job availability, security, governance and economic growth.
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WEF is an international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation by encouraging government, business owners and civil society to work together to improve the situation of things and this meeting will be hosted for the first time in Africa in Nigeria. It will hold in Abuja between 7th - 9th May, 2014 to address pressing issues like job availability, security, governance and economic growth.
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