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Africa Over Coffee: Spotlight on the Nigerian elections

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The African Society of Cambridge University invites you to a panel discussion highlighting the 2019 Nigerian Presidential elections.

All are welcome!

Moderated by David Izuogu, PhD candidate in Computational Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and part time Nigerian activist.

PANELISTS :

Chukwuebuka Edum, Nigerian visiting scholar, C-EERNG, University of Cambridge. His research interests include Sustainable Natural Resource Governance.

Damilola Adebayo, PhD candidate in History at the University of Cambridge. He is a historian of Nigeria, with interests in economic history; and science, technology and society.

Mary Ononokpono, PhD Candidate in Atlantic History at the University of Cambridge, with interests in Economic, Social and Cultural History of the Bight of Biafra.

Michael Odijie. Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Centre of African Studies, University of Cambridge. His research interests are African politics; Politics of Development; Agrarian Change.

Oladele Olafuyi, MBA Graduate from Judge Business School. Marketing Professional and Business Consultant, with interests in Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Growth.

Ugwu chinedu, PhD Candidate Veterinary Science at the University of Cambridge and Lecturer at the Redeemers University, Nigeria.

This talk is part of the Africa Over Coffee: Spotlight on the Nigerian elections series.

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