Jonathan to address 2016 Hope Global Forum confab


Jonathan to address 2016 Hope Global Forum confab

Former president, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has been chosen to present the keynote address at the 2016 Hope Global Forum conference holding in the second week of January in Atlanta, United States.
The Forum is an annual event that convenes
thousands of thought leaders, business professionals and public policy officials from many countries to brainstorm on ways of advancing the social and economic well being of all people around the world. The 2016 meeting focuses on broadening inclusiveness for global economies.
As the key note speaker, Jonathan succeeds former US president, Bill Clinton, who performed similar role at the 2015 event which gathered over 3, 000 leaders from 40 countries and was broadcast and live streamed internationally. The letter of invitation jointly signed by Ambassador Andrew Young, Operation Hope Global spokesman, Kasim Reed, Mayor of Atlanta and John Hope Bryant, Operation Hope chief executive, urged the former president to lend his support to an entrepreneurship-mentoring programme, by sharing his experience in office with a wider global audience.


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