Now we know more about YouThink Nigeria. Good luck with the way forward!

From Kabissa blogs Sun Jan 27 2013, 11:18:46

Yesterday it was a big day for me. I managed to organize and chair the first Kabissa Roundtable in an African country (Nigeria), featuring a very young organisation - YouThink Nigeria. The name stands for You (what do you want to change), Youth (how to involve the youth), Think (think about it) and Ink (write it out in the form of a proposal/recommendation).

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