The Brian Reuben Organisation has concluded plans to assemble some of Nigeria’s finest business professionals and leaders at the 2023 Nigeria edition of the Leadership Agenda Summit (LAS).
The highly-acclaimed event themed, ‘Nigeria at an inflection point’, billed for January 27th, 2023 will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel, Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria.
Those expected to grace the event would include business founders, change-makers, Chief Executive Officers of industries, c-suite executives and other notable personalities in the world of business, finance, government, and investment.
Speakers at the Leadership Agenda Summit include Mazi Dr Sam Ohuabunwa, the founder and the former president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria., Veteran journalist, former Senator and Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, former Deputy Governor of Jigawa State and member of the Nigerian Senate His Excellency Senator Ibrahim Hadejia, and Seyi Owotoro, CEO of Meristem Registrars & Probate Services Limited among others.
Explaining the importance of the summit at this time while appearing on the News Central Africa TV on Tuesday January 17, Dr Brian Reuben, the Director of The Brian Reuben Organisation, explained that the Summit could not have come at a better time than now when Nigeria is at an Inflection point. Dr Reuben explained that Nigeria cannot afford to get things wrong at this time because according to him, Nigeria is at an Inflection point.
Dr. Reuben went on to say, “We approach the design of the Summit each year with sophistication, discipline and most importantly, shared vision. We focus on providing insights and brokering relationships that lead to strategic collaborations at every edition of the Leadership Agenda Summit. At this pivotal time in our country and all that the world is going through right now, events such as the LAS will help leaders in both the private and public sectors in Nigeria to work together to deliver a new Nigeria that can work for everyone.
Other speakers expected at the Lagos events include Dr. Abdulsalam E. Ogbemudia, the CEO of Niyya Food & Drinks Company Limited Kaduna, Tonye Adonye-Halliday, CEO, News Central TV, Dr Yusuf Ali, Commissioner for Planning, Research and Strategy, Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission, Prof. Christopher Boyejo, CEO, World Economic Development Organization, African Operations, Emeka Oparah, Vice President, Corporate Communications & CSR Airtel Africa, Ms Ulari Nwaogazie, CEO, Myrtle MCL Nigeria, Arc Uche Kalu, MD/CEO, Capital City Development Limited Port Harcourt among others
The Leadership Agenda Summit would assemble leaders to talk about fresh and consistent global challenges and how to work together to solve them. It offers unmatched access to a robust network of business and political leaders.
As Nigeria faces deepening frictions and fractures, the Leadership Agenda Summit(Nigeria edition) will be the starting point for a new era of leadership responsibility and cooperation for Nigeria. The ideas and insights generated at the Leadership Agenda Summit will provide a clear roadmap for the new government in Nigeria and a hope for a great Nigeria.
The organisers added that those interested to attend the summit should register to attend free via the website www.leadershipagendasummit.com.ng