Saturday, 24 March 2012

Rise of Terrorism in Nigeria and Security Implication for Africa: Partnering to Meet the New Security Challenge.


You are Cordially Invited

Rise of Terrorism in Nigeria and Security Implication for Africa: Partnering to Meet the New Security Challenge.

Reading of a Goodwill Message of H.E Flt. Lt. J.J Rawlings, former president of Ghana and Special AU envoy to Somalia

Keynote Remarks by
Ambassador Donald Teitelbaum, U.S Ambassador to Ghana
Sen. Musilu Obanikoro, Nigeria High Commissioner to Ghana.

Speakers:
·         Hon. Kingsley Kemebradigha Kuku, Special Adviser to the President of Nigeria on Niger-Delta
·         Air Vice Marshal Bala Golgak Danbaba, Coordinator, Operation Rainbow Security, Plateau State, Nigeria
·         Hon. Haruna Iddrisu, Member of Parliament & Minister of Communication, Republic of Ghana
·         Engr. Muttagha Rabe Darma, Executive Secretary, PDTF, Nigeria
·         Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Deputy Minister of Information, Republic of Ghana

Follow by a conferment of Kofi Annan Peace & Security Award and Launching of the maiden edition African Journal Counterterrorism
Follow by General Discussion and Open Forum
Host:
Oludare Ogunlana, President, Global Alternative Agenda
Date: March 31, 2012
Time: 9:30am. to 3:00pm.
Location: Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra, Ghana
Participation: send email to president@globalagendaint.org or call +233-24-641-4937


The event is a dialogue with stakeholders on National Security with a focus on how to “prevent and survive terrorism” in Africa, using best practices such as political instruments, legislations, and law enforcement.
The participants expected at the events are: Government leaders and managers, Political leaders, Members of Academic Community, Security Personnel (Law enforcement and Military), Business Executives, Concerned citizens, Students, and Members of Civil Societies and the Media.

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