2013-03-16 14:04:09 - The aims of the convention are to join together and share their creativity on an international platform to support suitability development global agenda in Nigeria (Yoruba Communities).
As the two-days working sessions of the Convention for Sustainable Development for Nigeria held at Palace Hotel in Dubai, UAE from 14-16 March 2013. The Chairman of Yoruba Convention said that "by joining together in an alliance, countries can help each other put in place the best possible mechanism through global partnership and resources to prevent food crises, sustainable development project Nigeria (Yoruba Communities) and in developing countries and respond to those that are unfortunately likely to occur in our futures."
The Yoruba Authorities with the support of World Wide Holdings (WWH), World for World Organization (WFWO), is urging during the consultation forum the launched, the implementation and approval of the innovative Road Map For Development Agenda in Nigeria, supported by
partners, of the prospective Alliance who takes collective actions to improve prevention of the Road Map to response to sustainable development agenda in Nigeria. The opening ceremony was held on 14 March with presence of more than 600 participations and personalities around the globe, including: Keys Speakers of the Convention: Nigerian Ambassador to UAE, His Excellency, Ambassador Ibrahim Auwalu, HRM Alaiyeluwa Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III, Alaafin of Oyo, formally declares Convention, Convention Chairman, Gen Alani Akinrinade , Nigeria UAE Investment Cooperation by Sheikha Lubna Bint Al Qassimi, UAE Minister of Foreign Trade, Mrs Titilola Orija Adesoye, Iyalaje of Oyo Kingdom, Chief Yaroba land Foreign Investors , Dr Layo Adeniyi CEO Titlas Inc. , Mr. Lamar Nathan Jensen, Chairman WW Holdings Ltd., Mr. Sun Seek Cho Director Eco Green, Ms Huan Shan Chairman ILDC, Mr. Ulrich President PDS, Mr. Sidi Cherif, Executive President World for World Organization (WFWO), Dr. Karem Akrawi, Dr. Jamel MD, Mr. Mike Kelly President Green Build with, Dr. Jamil Jadallah General Partner NEB.
Mr. Lamar (WWH) said that every one need to leave by using the Eight Keys for life, stress that a during this convention, we will need to approval of the Road Map in order to enter in partnership to invest in various development programs in Nigeria (Yoruba Communities) and in other countries around the world.
Mr. Cherif Sidi, Executive President WFWO called to focus on United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) all countries should work together to confront the threat of sustainable development focusing on peace stability, food security, environment and global partnership to contribute to eight MDGs.
The panels discussions focusing on development agenda with participation of personalities representatives from: government, diplomatic, universities, institutions and private sector from more than 30 nations including, UAE, Canada, Brazil, Russia, China, India, UK, Jordan, USA, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK, offering the public a unique opportunity to experience and innovative projects of sustainability for development agenda and Road Map from the four corners of the world to support Yoruba communities.
In conclusion the majority of the participants confirm their support and are open to partnerships with WWH/WFWO and other institutions and private sector to contribute to Nigeria Yoruba Communities, by combining a global partnerships with developed and emerging economies such as Road Map initiative, will be in a position to continue to grow and improve the lives of millions peoples in the region in particularly in Nigeria.
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About Event and Yoruba.
Yoruba Convention For Development Agenda, was the first of its kind and took place in the cultural and world-class city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 14-16 March 2013
Yoruba Development Agenda: Focus on agriculture and sustainable development. It was the main tools used by Chief Obafemi Awolowo’s government to provide free education, enviable healthcare system, good roads, speedy industrialization, and other basic needs of Yoruba society. In fact agriculture provided job for over 70% of our population.