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MEMBERS OF THE AFRICAN RENAISSANCE FOUNDATION BADAGRY IN A PARTNERSHIP PROCESS WITH NTA channel 10 By Anago James Akeem Osho

A group photograph after the partnership meeting at NTA10, Conference center, Tejuosho, LAGOS. Fourth from left is Anago James Akeem Osho, member of Arefo, Mr Babatunde Mesewaku, the President of Arefo, Mr Femi Coker, member of Arefo, Mrs Temitayo Daramola, the General Manager of NTA channel 10, Mr Peter Olaide Mesewaku, Coordinator of Arefo, Mr Olusola Adeyemi Smith, logistics Arefo, Mr Tunde Ajose, member Arefo and the Managers of NTA 10.

On the 2nd of April 2014, members of African Renaissance foundation attended a meeting with the managers of NTA Channel10, in Lagos. The objective of  the meeting was a proposed partnership between the two organizations by AREFO. African Renaissance Foundation is the organizer of the annual Badagry Diaspora Festival and are concerned about the reconnection between Africa and Africans in Diaspora.

Anago James Akeem Osho, is an Historian, Museum Curator, Tour Guide, Tour operator, Author, Historic, Cultural and Heritage manager. He consult for DNA tested Africans.

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