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The 49th Annual General Meeting/Congress of the Association of Advertising Agencies Nigeria (AAAN) will begin today in Epe, Lagos State.

The two-day event will be declared open by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State.

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, will deliver the keynote address on the topic “Digital Transformation in Communication”.

Guest speakers scheduled for the event include Mr. David Okeme, Executive Director, System Specs); Mr. Olu Akanmu, President/Co-CEO, Opay Nigeria; Mr. Adetayo Bamiduro, CEO/Co-founder, Max.ng; Mr. Niyi Yusuf, Managing Partner, Verraki Africa; and Mrs. Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor, Google Country Manager.

A question-and-answer panel session will feature big names in the marketing communications industry such as Mr. Norden Thurston, Marketing Director, Seven Up; Mr. Kelechi Nwosu, Managing Director, TBWA and Mr. Jay Chukwuemeka, Partner, Imaginarium;

The second day is devoted to the induction and presentation of certificates to new members, presentation of the report of tenure by AAAN President, Mr. Steve Babaeko; Agency business, formal adoption of the association’s new constitution, dissolution of the Executive Board, election and the awards/gala night.

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