Aliko Dangote, Christopher Kolade, Omotala Jalade-Ekeinde, Toke Makinwa, Mo Abudu, Omawumi Megbele and others speak at GenVoices 100,000 voices telethon.
The endorsement by the United Nations, Generational Voices (also known as GenVoices), is a project-driven platform to join the offline and online energy of young Nigerians for concrete efforts towards national building. GenVoices was hosted and aired by Channels TV, Ebony Life, and Beat FM on Saturday, 18th January from 10am – 1pm.
Here are a few pictures from the event:
Generational Voices or GenVoices, is a growing global movement of Nigerians aged 18 to 40 but inclusive of a dynamic group of older mentors and contributors. We were conceived as a means to convert online and offline efforts into practical national change. We recognise that social media chatter alone will not deliver sustainable solutions to Nigeria’s problems. Without constructive participation in governance and policy, our generation will continue to be denied the opportunities to make widespread impact. Therefore GenVoices will initiate, support, fund and inspire projects, platforms and people who align with our values and mission. With a humble sense of responsibility and maturity, we will guard the hopes of young Nigerians as we help to build our nation.
For more information visit: genvoices.org