…….Conference to hold in UK in February ,2022.
By Ogundele Olanrewaju
Global Skills Hub, a United Kingdom registered company that has been at the forefront of lives’ development across Africa, has scheduled a crucial conference to hold next February.
Global Skills Hub is the parent body of the African largest training hub, Africa Skills Centre (ASC).
Africa Skills Centre has been rendering free tuition training services across Africa to help thousands that are out of job due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to its Nigeria-born International Coordinator, Pastor Honey Olawale, first ever Africa to the World International Conference, Exhibitions and Award will hold at the Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering, United Kingdom from the 10th to 11th February, 2022.
“This conference is put together to showcase the untapped resources in Africa and the underutilised resources within the continent.
“The main aim is to see how world business leaders and captains of industries can partner in the development of Africa’s natural resources.
“It cuts across all major sectors-education, agriculture, raw materials and mining, tourism, etc,” Olawale previewed.
According to him, business leaders, government officials, Heads of Governments and education institutions in Africa have been invited to grace the event, while some will address the gathering in the process.
From other parts of the world, including the United States and the United Kingdom, resource persons and potential investors have also been invited.
“This conference will also be an opportunity to honour outstanding sons and daughters of Africa who have contributed to the development of the continent.
“Some leaders from the Diaspora who have contributed to the development of the Continent will also be honoured.
“There will be a session for product exhibitions where products from different African countries will be displayed.
This is the first edition of this conference; the programme is designed to be a yearly event to showcase the Africa Continent. The Conference is jointly put together by the Africa Skills Centre, Global Skills Hub United Kingdom and LION Outreach International Colorado Springs United States,” Olawale further informed.
Africa Skills Centre has Nigerian born media practitioner, Pastor Honey Olawale as the pioneer Executive Director.
Olawale is also the international Director for Africa Project Against Suicide, the largest anti-suicide organisation in Africa, covering 29 nations.