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[IN PICTURES] Ben Enwonwu Foundation Talks Art For Sustainability

On January 24, at Alliance Francaise Mike Adenuga Centre, Ikoyi, Ben Enwonwu Foundation held a panel discussion tagged ‘Art as a Driver for Environmental Sustainability’. Here is a pictorial sneak preview of how it all went down:

L-R: Desmond Majekodunmi, Chairman, Lagos State Urban Forest and Animal Shelter Initiative; Polly Alakija, Chairman, Lagos State Council for Art and Culture; Prof Bruce Onobrakpeya, Sandra Mbanefo-Obiago, Founder and Director, SMO Contemporary Art; Tunde Arogunmati, Associate Director, Sustainable Social Investment at The Ben Enwonwu Foundation; Dr Toyin Adejonwo-Osho
Faculty of Law, University of Lagos; Mrs Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuf, Honourable Commissioner, Tourism, Arts and Culture, Lagos State; Sean Melbourne, Head of Climate Change and Energy West Africa British High Commission Abuja; HRH, Erelu Abiola Dosunmu; Andrew S. Nevin, Advisory Partner and Chief Economist PwC West Africa; Oliver Enwonwu, Executive Director, The Ben Enwonwu Foundation.
R: Kofo Adeleke
 Desmond Majekodunmi, Chairman, Lagos State Urban Forest and Animal Shelter Initiative.
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Sandra Mbanefo-Obiago, Founder and Director, SMO Contemporary Art
Ben Enwonwu Foundation
Prince Lekan Fadina
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An exhibition display by Five Cowries Arts Education Initiative.

Oliver Enwonwu, Executive Director, The Ben Enwonwu Foundation and Polly Alakija, Chairperson, Lagos State Council for Art and Culture. 
 
An exhibition display by Five Cowries Arts Education Initiative.
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