Japheth Omojuwa


Politics, governance, cyber fraud and the cause and challenge of youth unemployment, the future of trade and entrepreneurship on the continent of Africa are some of the key topical issues that will be discussed at this year’s LibertyCon, an annual flagship event of African Students For Liberty.

The yearly conference brings together hundreds of students, young leaders from across the continent, featuring dozens of international speakers to discuss real world issues and formulate free market based solutions for them, and offering a memorable experience.

Japheth Omojuwa

According to the press release made available to Freshpage by ASFL Programs Associate, Oluwafemi Ogunjobi, this year’s LibertyCon will hold on October 14-16, 2020.

Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s LibertyCon Africa will be hosted online. Ogunjobi confirmed that participants will hear from inspiring and seasoned speakers from their computer, at the comfort of their home or office.

He also stressed that participants will learn about the classical liberal ideas from the best pro-liberty advocates in Africa, participate and share thoughts on solutions to issues bedeviling the continent, network and make new friends!

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Discussions at the conference will touch on democracy and governance in Africa; the profiteering business of COVID19 donation funds and mismanagement in African countries, cyber fraud and the cause and challenge of youth unemployment; the future of trade and entrepreneurship in Africa, and so much more!

This year, Japheth Omojuwa, Nigeria’s Social Media Influencer and Chief Strategist at Alpha Reach; Dr. Denis Foretia, Executive Chairman, Nkafu Policy Institute, Cameroon; Olumayowa Okediran, SFL’s Director of International Programs; Rejoice Ngwenya, Founder, Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions [COMALISO] Zimbabwe; Phumlani Majozi, Council Member, Institute of Race Relations, South Africa; Kasmil Gago,  Information and Communications Technology Expert; Onyango Otieno, Mental Health Advocate; Barr. Banke Olagbegi-Oloba, Lawyer and Treasurer, Nigerian Bar Association; Levi Kedowide, Founder, TUKA Institute are among the speakers prepared to share their knowledge to inspire participants to be better and stronger advocates.

Interested participant can register via https://tfaforms.com/4852725


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