Co-founder of the dHub Innovation Center and Executive Director, Brain Builders Youth Development Initiative (BBYDI), Mr Olasupo Abideen is among panelists scheduled to speak at the 2021 edition of African Students For Liberty West African Regional Conference.
The event will take place at Otunba Subi Conference Hall, University of Ibadan.
African Students For Liberty is a continent-wide organization that promotes the ideas of individual and economic freedom to students across Africa, with membership base of over 10,000 students and over 600 trained leaders who commit to a year-long engagement.
It is a platform that exposes students to the ideas of liberty and to ensure those already committed become effective leaders of thought in the society.
According to the organisers, the conference will feature a debating forum, lectures, strategy and networking sessions for the participants.
They said the steps are geared towards human and economic freedom.
Olasupo, alongside Olanrewaju Arilomo and Ajibola Adigun are to discuss extensively on ‘Youth Engagement And Citizens’ Participation in Governance’ during the conference.
Olasupo, an international consultant and advocate of good governance, is a passionate youth who has over the years, featured and spoke extensively on issues bothering on youth inclusion in politics, policies review, Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs and related issues.
Prominent personalities that have featured at ASFL regional conference include Ambassador Martin Kimani, former Director of Kenya National Counter Terrorism Centre; Seun Onigbinde, BudgiT Co-founder; Chude Jideonwo; Pamela Adie; Martins Oloja and Tom G. Palmer, Vice President of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation; amongst others.