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Okun Alimosho working tirelessly to boost entertainment in Alimosho; holds Forum on Thursday

OKUN Alimosho, a subsidiary of Africa Arise Initiative will hold its G-12 Forum meeting this Thursday, June 24, 2021, in Egbeda.
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OKUN Alimosho, a subsidiary of Africa Arise Initiative will hold its G-12 Forum meeting this Thursday, June 24, 2021, in Egbeda. The G-12 Forum will address issues related to the art and entertainment services sector of Alimosho and how best to position the sector for its development and sustenance.

Okun Alimosho’s initiative to promote entertainment in Alimosho and managed by African Global Approach to Entertainment Services, popularly known as African G.A.T.E.S, has been lauded in many quarters, including the Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture. 

AlimoshoToday.com can also authoritatively confirm that the Commissioner for Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Mrs Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuf is in full support of the Okun Alimosho initiative.

During a courtesy visit to AlimoshoToday.com by the Okun Alimosho team,  Mr Adeola, Founder of Okun Alimosho said, “Our focus is on the development of art and entertainment services in Africa which we believe will invariably boost her economy.  

“We welcome communities in Alimosho and beyond who like to key into this innovation and advance their communities by utilizing our wealth of talented entertainers and entertainment service providers to advance their communities.”  

The G-12 Forum will hold at Kelly Ann Event Centre, 3/7 Adenrele Street, Off Ogunlana Street, Egbeda, Lagos by 5 pm, on Thursday, June 24, 2021.

The forum will focus on promoting entertainment in Alimosho for community wealth and well-being with a 4 point agenda: Excellent Performance, Indelible Impact, Community Wealth and Community Care.