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What is law? What is order? We, in sub Saharan Africa, were raised to believe that law in our great country of the US is impeccable and flawless. But is that true? In this session, we will explore law in America vs Nigeria, how immigrants can make the most of their eligibility requirements to survive as students in the US, plus how big time foreigners like African politicians can invest in US businesses to expedite their path to citizenship. Come prepared for an enlightening and thought-provoking conversation. Topic: "Let's Talk About Law" Radio Show Event Time: Oct 6, 2021 05:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85679454377?pwd=L09qeG11YUkvRDBIM2o2RXNxdVgrdz09 Meeting ID: 856 7945 4377 Passcode: 530832 One tap mobile +13462487799,,85679454377#,,,,*530832# US (Houston) +17207072699,,85679454377#,,,,*530832# US (Denver) Dial by your location +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 720 707 2699 US (Denver) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) Meeting ID: 856 7945 4377 Passcode: 530832 Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/ketivEMDcP -- Urenna Onyewuchi, Ph.D. https://www.linkedin.com/in/urenna
Join Dr. Onyewuchi to discuss politics in government, the city, alumni organizations, academia and the corporate world, with industry experts. We will discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of politics and what to do about it. It is part of our culture to discuss politics over food and drinks. Often times, we leave it at that. Dr. Onyewuchi has about two decades of experience in execution of plans for Africa, the US, Asia and Europe. She is strong in international community development, having raised hundreds of thousands of dollars through partnerships for electrification of Africa and having saved industrial plants several million dollars in power quality and energy efficiency problems. Her guests on this show/ event are Hob. Bukola Olopade, CEO of Nilayo Sports Management, which runs Lagos and other state marathons. He became one of the youngest commissioners in Nigerian history by serving as the Ogun State Commissioner for Youth and Sports at the age of 33. Ms. Lilly Anyanwu is a special services specialist for the Head Start Program of Dallas. She ran for office at the Addison City Council level and has loads of knowledge to share on local politics. We will have Afrobeats, a DJ and a great happy hour menu at the Lion & Crown, Addison, TX at 4 PM. See you soon! All are welcome: singles, married, professionals and non-professionals alike. Sept Happy Hour: Attorney John Nwosu on American Law October Happy Hour: Mr. Orlando Campos on the Role of To
Learn about the culture of the Egba people of Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, West Africa. They have produced many greats and continue to. All the Nigerian presidents from Yoruba land have been from this part of the country. The first woman to ever drive a car, Mrs. Kuti, was an Egba woman. She also spearheaded campaigning for women to vote in Nigeria. Talk about gender equality. Mr. Jide Solanke, expert in Nigerian economy, Nigerian investment banking, financial markets (global), a Yoruba Egba man, spoke about the bleak outlook of the Nigerian economy in the beginning. But having learnt that we need to increase diverse spending in Nigeria, match GDP with the 3% population growth rate, improve infrastructure in the country, and make ourselves (Nigeria) able to pay back debt, we ended by seeing that there is hope in the outlook. This hope, as presented by Dr. Onyewuchi, will arise if Africans and Nigerians in the diaspora begin to invest in the country (financially, intellectually and strategically). Dr. Onyewuchi will be taking a big delegation of Americans (of different descent) to Nigeria twice this year to engage hands-on in the Nigerian economy.
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