Eminent Nigerians including the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar; Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka; former Commonwealth Secretary-General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku and public affairs commentator, Mr Odia Ofeimun, are guests at this year’s virtual Obafemi Awolowo Lecture.
This year’s lecture, in memory of the sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, entitled “Whither Nigeria,” will hold as a webinar on Saturday, March 6, 20201, the birthday of the sage, at 6:00 p.m. (West African Time).
While Professor Soyinka will be the chairman of the event, Chief Anyaoku will be the Special Guest of Honour with the Sultan of Sokoto as the Royal Father of the event. Mr Ofeimun will be the Guest Speaker.
The webinar, which will be on Zoom, will enable Nigerians to listen to brilliant dissection of the situation in the country and the way out. Nigerians have been asked to register in advance for the webinar with the code:
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