Invitation: Kabissa Members Reunion with Tobias Eigen at Hotel De Bentley in Utako area of Abuja

From Kabissa blogs Sat Nov 17 2012, 23:13:49

Dear Kabissa Member in Nigeria,

I have been invited to the eNigeria Summit taking place in Abuja this week from 20-22 November. My program is very full during the week but I would very much like to take the opportunity to reconnect with old friends and Kabissa members who are in the area.

Join me on Saturday, 24 November at 5pm at the Hotel De Bentley in Utako area of Abuja, which I am told "has a cool spacious hidden spot within their premises. It has music gadgets and lovely colours for cool time. There is also a swimming pool at the front. It goes for free according to them but you will have to patronise their drinks."

I hope you can make it! This is a free event but we will have to pay for our own refreshments.

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