Former Kwame Nkrumah Aide Joins ‘What Does Pan-Africanism Mean To Me?’ ‘Speed Discussion’

Former Kwame Nkrumah Aide Joins

A ‘speed discussion’ on what pan-Africanism means by a panel including KB Asante, veteran diplomat, journalist and former Kwame Nkrumah aide, precedes September’s Ayekoo Session

A short, focused discussion on pan-Africanism led by panellists and special guests including Dr KB Asante (veteran diplomat & former Kwame Nkrumah aide), Toyin Agbetu (, Kofi Nani-Explo (African Liberation Support Campaign), and Kwaku (Black Music Congress).

Starts at 3.30pm as part of the Ayekoo Chill Out Sessions (see details below) on Saturday September 6 2008. £5 includes meal. To book:, 020 8450 5987. (Projects)

Ayekoo Chill Out Sessions @ Mission Dine Club Centre: Individuals and families are welcome on the First Saturday of every month 3-6pm to network, have fun, chat, play games, listen to talks or music, and have a meal for £5 per person at Dame Betty Asafu-Adjaye’s Mission Dine Club Centre, Fry Road (off Drayton Road, by Longstone Avenue), Harlesden, London NW10 4BZ. Venue phone: 020 8965 5797. To book: 020 8450 5987,

Autographed copies of Dr Asante’s ‘Voice From Afar’ book will be on sale, priced £10

Region: All
Start Date: 06/09/2008
End Date: 06/09/2008
Start Time: 15:30
Venue: Mission Dine Club Centre
Venue Address: Fry Road (off Drayton Road by Longstone Avenue), Harlesden, London
Celebs Attending: Dr KB Asante, Toyin Agbetu, Ko
Press Tickets: Not Available
Sponsorship: Not Available
Press Tickets:
Name: Ms Serwah
Phone: 020 8450 5987