Chocolate City Presents King James Photo Exhibition And Leadership Event Curated By...

Chocolate City Presents King James Photo Exhibition And Leadership Event Curated By M.I Abaga

By Salisu Sulaimon | Sub-Editor on August 22, 2014
Nigerian rapper M.I (Photo: Facebook)

Chocolate City’s multi award winning artist and argurably the greatest rapper to come out of Africa M.I Abaga will be hosting a “Leadership” event on Friday the 22nd of August 2014 at Terra Kulture, as a follow up to the release of his latest single “King James”.

The Leadership event which is a VIP party that is strictly by invitation, takes the form of an art exhibition with a discussion panel that is centered on the idea of “Leadership”; “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others”.

M.I seeks to use this platform to tackle bad leadership and stir the need for great and selfless leaders for Nigeria in our present time.

There will be an array of high profile panelists like; Audu Maikori speaking about Family, Akinwunmi Ambode speaking about Courage, Gbenga Shobo(ED, FirstBank) speaking about  Wealth, Yaw Nsarkoh (MD, Unilever) speaking about Struggle, Ojoma Ochai speaking about  Leadership, Japheth Omojuwa speaking about Solitude, Toyosi Akerele speaking about Victory and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu speaking about Respect. This event will also activate participation fromstudent activists from University of Lagos.

There will also be musical performances by Loopy Music’s Ruby Gyang and Chocolate City’s Nosa, both members of the ChocBoiNation.

Three lucky people would also be fortunate to attend this event free, inclusive of transportation to the event courtesy Beat FM.

The event is proudly supported by UBER: “the smartphone technology that connects riders to nearby drivers”, The Winihin Jemide Series, Moet and Chandon Champagne, and Beat FM.


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