Economics Students Set To Hold Annual Conference This Month

The ever gallant Economics students of the Obafemi Awolowo University are  set to hold the fifth edition of their ANNUAL ECONOMICS STUDENTS CONFERENCE[AESC5.0]..


The annual conference through Nigerian Economics Students Association(NESA), which started years back and has been the biggest economics students conference in Africa,has been scheduled to hold this October on the 26th and 27th at Oduduwa Hall in the institution. 

The conference is to feature special sessions  in business plan challenge,paper representation, Interview contest ,networking session with speakers and Gala Night where the popular pop artiste Adigun Alapomeji (9ice) will be in attendance. Other features in the conference include recruitment exercise,campus tour,novelty match,mountaineering and a nice treat for all delegates at the conference...

The conference is open to all great ife students,students from various students and also foreign students..

The theme of the conference is ''The Prospects For Economic Development in Africa--The role of Finance and Technology'''

Guest speakers expected at the conference include;

Niyi Yusuf ---MD,Accenture

Akeem Oyewale --Executive Director, Stanbic IBTC), 

Oluseun Onigbinde ---Lead Partner, Budgit

Bola Koko Onadele - MD, FMDQ

Paul Alaje - CEO,Guest Speakers expected at the conference include;
 Niyi Yusuf -- MD, Accenture,
 SPM Professionals

Dolapo Oni - Head of Energy Research, EcoBank Group

Gloria Raji - Senior Economist, World Bank

Kemi Akinde - Head of Research, Meristem

Opeyemi Agbaje -CEO, RTC Advisory

For further enquires on the conference, NESA OAU can be reached through 
📥IG: @aescoau or @nesaoau
📡Twitter:  @nesa_oau or @aescoau
☎ Wahab - 08061687708
       Nnamdi - 08106382220
       Mariam - 08160687879
       Ezekiel - 08160891468

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