GLOBAL LEADERS AND KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ON CULTURAL DIPLOMACY TO GATHER FOR INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM.
A prestigious list of global leaders will gather to participate in the forthcoming International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy.
Executives from a variety of disciplines, Heads of Government, Diplomats, Legislators, Global Business Merchants, Scholars, Decision Makers, Religious Leaders, Researchers, Investors, Consultants, and Stakeholders will converge to explore the challenges facing culture in the 21st century.
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Dr Amir Lakha Founder and Chairman HUMANITARIAN AND CHARITABLE ONE TRUST (HACOT).
Prof. Fabian Osuji, a Former Minister of Education in Nigeria, He will dwell on culture as a tool for educational innovation and development. He will also share insights on cultural influence on education.
DR. MANUEL V. JAUDIAN, Ph.D. President, Gemini Criminology Review & Training Center, Inc.
Excellence Rameline KAMGA, Chairman CRCI Africa. Governor Plenipotentiaries to RCA, For World Organization for Economy and Technology. Investment Manager of the great riches of this world for 25 years. She was Presidential Candidate in Cameroon 2004. International Financial Expert ;
Sir, Dr. Mike Mbama Okiro, Chairman Police Service Commission, and Former Inspector General of Police, Federal Republic of Nigeria will join in discussing on security challenges and the way forward to sustainable security measures
ARCH. ROMOLO V. NATI, President & CEO, Italpinas Development Corporation
OLIVE Françoise MINGOLE POUMIE as a Director of Companies and CRCI Representative in Cameroon, she is to contributing to the government’s efforts in economic and social development to meet the needs of public and private projects that need funding.
Engr. Numoipre F. Wills, FNSE, Executive Secretary, Border Community Development Agency, Federal Republic of Nigeria will share his views on how cultural diplomacy can help in boarder development.
Mrs. Ifeyinwa Omowole, President, Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, will share her views on the imperative of women in journalism as a sustainable tool. She will also elaborate on the essentials of proper dissemination of information in the 21st century.
DANTE M. SUDARIA, Publisher and President, Mindanao Daily News Publishing Corporation