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Popular London-based Pastor, Kayode Salau to address British MPs on state of Nigeria

Popular London-based Pastor, Kayode Salau to address British MPs on state of Nigeria
October 06
18:42 2017

Popular London-based Pastor and founder of The Kings Christian Centre (TKCC), pastor Kayode Salau will be addressing some members of the British Parliament on the state of affairs in Nigeria.

As a guest speaker at a forum that is marked out to commemorate Nigeria’s 57th year independence which will be held in the British Houses of parliament on 18th October 2017, the dandy pastor will be speaking on the role of faith leaders in nation-building and on the present development in Nigeria

Pastor Salau, a certified John C. Maxwell speaker, is reputable for his captivating sermons on spiritual growth, financial breakthrough and leadership which has seen him inspire a new generation of leaders in christendom and the larger society.

The handsome and charismatic preacher is expexted to bring his lofty ideas on leadership to bear on the theme of the summit. And to also share profound perspectives on issues in Nigeria so as to deepen understanding on varying concerns in building a better nation.

Amongst other salient issues, the forum will delve on the imperative of peace and sustainable development in Nigeria given the ferocious calls for equity and the deep mark of poverty in the country at the moment.

According to the organisers of the forum, having tested and forwarding-thinking leaders from Nigeria and the UK at a time when Nigerians are yearning for improved governance to proffer deeper perspectives to myriad of pressing national issues will help in the fight and elimination of many of the identified challenges faced by Nigeria.

The summit will be hosted by senior members of British Parliament namely Iain Stewart, Advisor on International Development and John Howell the Prime Minister’s Envoy on Trade to Nigeria to name just a few of the notable participants from the British establishment.

This event will also attract influential policymakers and top business figures who are passionate about Nigeria and are interested in investments in the country.

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