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School of Business and Management

Black History Month Lecture - Taming Corruption: the way forward for African economic development

23 November 2018

Time: 1:00 - 5:00pm
Speaker: Mr Ibrahim Magu, West Africa Anti-corruption Chairman
Venue: Paterson Lecture Theatre, Robin Brook Centre, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, EC1A 7BE

Is taming corruption the way forward for African economic development? 

Join Dr Olowabi Bakre, the Director for the Centre for African Research at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London and eminent guest speaker,  Mr Ibrahim Magu, West Africa Anti-corruption Chairman and Chairman of the Nigeria Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to discuss this very topic in what will be a thrilling and engaging Black History Month Lecture.

Book your free ticket for this event to be held on Friday 23 November, 1-5pm, Paterson Lecture Theatre, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, London. All welcome. #AfricanResearch

About the Centre for African Research

Only a few UK universities academically recognise the global position of the African economy in the global economic system, and Africa's economic development. This has driven the incentive of introducing a vibrant Cluster for African Business, Organisations & Society (CABOS) to solely conduct investigations into the tapping of these potentials and the contribution of Africa to the World economy at SBM in Queen Mary University of London.

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