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Soni Irabor, Omojuwa, Others Mentor Youths At WEEC 2015 Conference

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LAGOS, Nigeria – As a show of support for the growth and development of women in Nigeria and the rest of Africa, top professionals from different walks of life recently gathered for the WEECman 2015. The event which was a part of the Women Empowerment and Enlightenment Campaign (WEEC) created by On’y va Communications to showcase the best of intellectual discuss and advocacy with Soni Irabor, Lanre Olusola, Owen Gee and social media expert, Japheth Omojuwa at the main auditorium, University of Lagos.

The WEEC seminar tagged ‘Men Standing Up for Women’ was moderated by the duo - Tosyn Bucknor and Bolanle Olukanni of Top radio FM and Ebonylife TV respectively, to discuss with men on matters bordering around women and ways to eradicate the social and economic issues. It is an advocacy based campaign which gears to encourage several agents of socialization, groom men, support and give better cultural and social placement to women.

According to the Head Coordinator, WEEC, Kayode Odukoya, “Our strategy is to target developing growing ladies with the possibilities of catching them young, educating and preparing them for later life. Actualizing their economic potentials with a new mindset is key to increasing the overall productivity in small units of the society. We are saddled with the sole responsibility of helping female individuals so they can strive to the best in any chosen career.”

The discussions and topics at the Women Empowerment and Enlightenment Campaign bordered around creativity, intelligence breeding, creating opportunities, packaging and the need for unique women in our society. The interactive platform also created an avenue for students (male and female) from different disciplines to air their views and share uncommon experiences with top industry players across entertainment, broadcasting and social media to mention a few.

WEEC is a product of On’y va Communications, a public relations and content development agency based in Lagos Nigeria. The WEECman initiative is an offspring of WEEC which is an advocacy based campaign geared towards encouraging agents of socialization to groom men for women support. Interested groups and individuals can join the conversation on and Twitter or Instagram @WEEC_NG with Facebook/weecnigeria to catch updates of up-coming events.




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