ACT Foundation To Hold Dialogue With Public, Private Leaders On Global Issues

Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation is set to hold a dialogue between various public, private and social leaders that will propel solutions to global issues, social transformation and create impact in the communities.

The Chief Executive Officer, Ms Osayi Alile, made the disclosure in a statement made available to newsmen on Friday in Lagos.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the fifth edition of its annual flagship programme Breakfast Dialogue will hold on Sept.14 and 15 theme: “Reimagining the Future of Development: Learn, Adjust, Thrive!”.

Alile said that it would be as a clarion call on leaders across diverse platforms, locations and status quo, to strive to create improved solutions and navigate the new normal.

“The Conference will spur innovative strategies and encourage multisectoral collaboration across Africa.

“It can also alleviate some of the biggest societal problems such as poverty, inequality, and unemployment.

“This event will be a springboard for long-term strategies towards building more resilient and prosperous communities and institutions across Africa,” she said.

According to the CEO of the foundation, last year’s edition focuses on how digital investments are key for transformative change and the development of Africa as a continent.

“While this year’s conversation centres around good governance and economic development in line with the foundation’s mandate to continue fostering social change across all levels.

“The keynote this year will address the health, economic, and leadership challenges plaguing Africa and its citizens with different panel sessions.

“The fireside chat will harp on developing resilience for innovation, then followed by three masterclass sessions on organizational leadership, building sustainable start-ups; and A-Z of effective fundraising.

“Interested participants can click the link to register on or visit for further information,” Alile said.

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