In a bid to facilitate a transformative Africa Agenda, the Jet Age Nation Builders Africa Union Stimulation’ is set to host the first of it’s kind Africa Investment, Tech, Trade, Energy, Economic, Healthcare, Security, Fashion/Tourism Conference in Africa.
The conference, which is tagged as ‘The Africa We Want 2024’, is scheduled to be held in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on April 3rd – 5th, 2024.
Announcing the vitality of the conference, Africa Coordinator of Jet Age Nation Builders, ambassador Young Piero spoke to newsmen during a meet and greet press parley in Abuja.
“This year’s edition is an upgraded sequel of the last four editions, which was held in Mauritius, Rwanda, Kenya, and Ethiopia, respectively.
As Africa continues to redirect its focus to exploring the African possibilities, this conference stands as a backdrop for a transformative agenda.
The conference will play host to some Political Essential People (PEP), Global Investors, Diplomatic Community, Policymakers, Friends of Africa, Accelerators, Incubators, industry leaders from across Africa and beyond.”
In line with the Africa Union agenda 2063; the conference would promote the Africa environment and defend the continent’s collective security and interest.
It will underline essential grounds to propel investments, technological advancements, and economic collaborations and partnership deals; which will further create platforms for meaningful dialogue and business opportunities.” Amb. Piero said.
He emphasized the need for global black community engagement and how the conference would create inclusive pathways.
“Part of the idea is to encourage the black community all over the world to be more inclusive in investing in Africa.
“It also borderline around designing strategic frameworks and agenda-setting.
“With the aim to deliver on its goal for inclusive and sustainable development.
“We want an Africa that the youth can rely on for succour.
“The rate of illegal migration and lack of patriotism is alarming, so we must build the Africa we want,” Ambassador Young Piero concluded.
The conference program spans three days and will include activities such as panel discussions, keynote speeches, patch up ideas, business round tables, steering committee sessions, exhibitions, visit to the presidential villa and the national assembly, dinner and networking sessions.
Some of the proposed dignitaries include the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, H.E. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, The President of Kenya, His Excellency, Willian Ruto, The Africa Union Commissioner for Investment, Development, Trade, Tourism, Industry and Minerals, Mr. Albert Muchanga, and The President of the Africa Development Bank, His Excellency, Akinwumi Adesina CON, and Pan Africanist – Dr. Umar Johnson, just to mention a few.