This Convention offers participants an ‘Edutainment’ experience – a unique opportunity to learn, network and have fun.
The Convention will feature workshops and training sessions that will help participants stay ahead in their professional and personal lives. Participants will gain valuable insights and skills that will enable them make necessary impacts in their chosen fields.
Participants will also witness the Ibadan hospitality and entertainment atmosphere. From games to city tours and parties, participants will be filled with memories of a lifetime.
Ibadan has numerous fun places to visit such as:
Bodija, the convention location and environs is home to at least 20 premium night clubs that guarantee an amazing nite experience
The first skyscraper in West Africa. It is located in Dugbe, the Central Business District of Ibadan. It was built from proceeds of agricultural commodities by the then Government of Western State of Nigeria. The building is a source of joy and pride for the residents of Ibadan.
The colonial-style Ibadan City Hall on top of Mapo Hill in Ibadan is an architectural masterpiece. Mapo Hall was commissioned during the colonial era by Captain Ross in 1929. It is the official City Hall of Ibadan. A visit to the topmost floor of Mapo Hall will give you a panoramic view of the city.
Located in Oke –Are, the tower was built in 1930 by Captain Robert Lister Bower, one of the colonialists. From the top of the tower, one could see at a glance the four corners of Ibadan metropolis.
A tourist attraction in the city of Ibadan, Nigeria. The gardens sit on 150 acres of land and shared boundary with the Government Secretariat, Ibadan. Agodi Gardens was created in 1967 and was renovated in 2012 by the Oyo State Government. The attractions at the garden includes, Water park, Lake, Play area and rides for children, Picnic and Gardens area, Magnus Paintball Game, a lounge and food court.
The Zoological Garden, University of Ibadan
The Zoological Garden University of Ibadan has been in existence over six decades and it is mainly for conservation, education and entertainment purposes.
Ibadan is home to the legendary Amala Skye, a culturally themed canteen where you can treat yourself to the best Ibadan delicacy, Abula (Amala, Ewedu and Gbegiri)
Ibadan has the largest shopping mall which houses several international and local retail shops, it also hosts the biggest Shoprite store in Nigeria.
To crown it all, Old Bodija (where the conference venue is situated), is the hub of Night life in Ibadan. There are countless numbers of hotels, bars, lounges, clubs where you can relax, have fun and hangout in Bodija, Ibadan
Ibadan is indeed the beautiful land of all illustrious sons and daughters of Oluyole. It has always been a city on hills and a place of refuge to both the indigene and non-indigenes.