By Chris Onuoha

Over 100 most influential young Nigerian leaders to be led by Festus Keyamo, Bimbo Daramola and others will be at the maiden edition of “Democracy Youth Roundtable Conference”, as Nigeria is set to celebrate her 20years of uninterrupted democracy.

The event powered by Aso Multi Media Agency is set to bring to fore, core issues bordering governance among other things. The agency disclosed that Festus Keyamo SAN, Bimbo Daramola, others has endorsed the event with assurance of their presence.

The endorsement and expressions of concern by young prominent Nigerian leaders came during the visit by the organisers, as they received the assurance of their presence in the forthcoming event.

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The conference will be witnessing the special appearance of the vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as the special Guest of Honour, Solomon Dalong, Hon. minister of Sports as Keynote Speaker, and other distingushed youth icons which includes Dr. Olakunle Churchill, Mr. Ahmed Buhari,  Mr Emeka Ike amongst others.

The Democracy Youth Roundtable Conference is an idealistic innovation, that is timely and of crucial necessity to the democratic requirements of our nation. It is a platform for leaders to engage in proactive discusses, deliberations and arguments that will suggest better approaches and engagements to further improve our democratic structure.

With the visit of the organizing team led by Mr Desmond Agboola to the Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Festus Keyamo, the team received assurance of his presence at conference. The team also visited Hon. Bimbo Daramola, the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Speaker of the Federal House of Representative, who also assured the team of her presence at the Democracy Youth Roundtable Conference.

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The Occasion of celebrating 20 years of Democracy in Nigeria by the Democracy Youth Roundtable Conference will be hosted in Abuja at Sheraton Hotels and Towers on Thursday 23rd May 2019.

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