The Ceos’ Hub Business Summit 2016 #chbs16

The summit for 2016 is scheduled for August 3rd – 4th

@April Room, The Darlington Hall, Plot CDE, Industrial Crescent, Off Town Planning Way, Ilupeju, Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria.

Theme:         “WHO WILL BUILD AFRICA?”

Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent. Africa is not poor. Africa is a rich continent inhabited by poor people. Once we fix the people problem, everything else will fall into place.

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Register Now to reserve a seat

Please note that your registration fee covers for lunch for the 2days summit,  tea/coffee for the 2days summit, certificate of participation, souvenirs and tour to Badagry. Flight fares and hotel reservation is not inclusive.

Kindly send your information according to the format provided here to just incase you have challenges with registering.




Afolabi Imoukhuede:
Senior Special Assistant To The Vice President,
(Federal Republic Of Nigeria)
On Job Creation and Youth Employment.







Dan Njoolay

His Excellency, Ambassador Daniel Ole Njoolay
Tanzanian Ambassador to Nigeria.






CEO boss


Dada-Stephen Oluwaseun
President, CEOS’ HUB
Topic: “Who Will Build Africa?”










Adeola Elliott 
Chairman, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry ( Agric Sector )
Topic: “Agriculture Revolution in Africa “










Ahmad Ibrahim Khaliel
President, DASATDC, Nigeria.
Topic: “Harnessing and Converting Religiosity & African Traditional Spirituality into
Technological Inventions”








Mentoring Session: Rubbing Minds with Industry Leaders :
Stanley Ijeoma
CEO, Schrodinger Nig. Ltd

Laniyan Olaitan
CEO, FootFreak Concepts
(Manufacturing:Leather Works);

Wisdom Ezekiel/Sunday Olorunsheyi
Executive Directors, Pertinence Ltd.
(Enterprise Development)

Iniobong Andem
CEO, Dee-Perfect Ventures

Amaka Obikeze
Master Trainer, West&East Africa, Microsoft Mobile, Devices & Services (MMDS)

Fadamitan Olatomiwa
(Alternative Energy Source)

…get the itinerary in your mail when you register for the summit.

The 2-days summit will not be complete without a tour to Nigeria’s foremost historic site, Badagry where you will find artifacts of the West African Slave Market established by the Portuguese in 1502 and the First Storey Building in Nigeria built in 1842 and still strong.

Perhaps you could pick up lessons from these historical sites to make Africa better.





After the tour, there will be a beach party at the Whispering Palms Beach Resort.