MTN Campus Invasion to Invade OAU
The Pulse Campus Invasion is back with the first engagement coming up at the great Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife next week.
The event is set to be a fully packed with different line-ups to give the youth unforgettable experience.
Some of the activities includes:
- Talk series by guest speakers
Steve Harris and Bimpe Onakoya are to key attractions. The speakers of the Pulse Talk Series will take attendees through what it means to start off your own business and why entrepreneurship is very important.
Steve Harris fondly called “Mr. Ruthless Execution” is a highly sought after Management Consultant and Chief Executive Officer of EdgeEcution, Motivational Speaker & Author.
Bimpe Onakoya is an award winning makeup artist, she’s the artistic Director of Maybelline new york Nigeria, with over eleven years industry experience spanning television, print, editorial shoots, advertising campaigns, bridal beauty, fashion shows and events.
- Digital skills training
MTN in collaboration Google will be taking attendees through a new digital skills/ youth empowerment programme, teaching them on the skills and tools that will prepare them to prosper in the new Digital Economy. If you’re in Ife, you have to attend, you never know, you just might be getting the advantage needed to succeed in the digital age
- Movie night
Showcasing the latest in media and viewing technologies the MTN campus invasion movie night promises to offer ‘’more than a movie” effect for all present. Your favourite movie might just be showing.
- Game + experiential zone or Gemzone
Ever had a Virtual Reality experience or VR for short? This could be your opportunity to have an interactive computer-generated experience taking place within a simulated environment at no cost to you.
- Noise-less party
Saving the best for last. In 2015, MTN pioneered the first noise-less party in Nigeria, so you could be a part of this elite group to share in the experience of jaming up at a party without the hassles and disturbance noise from the music would cause.
The weeklong event promised to be an amazing experience for students of the Obafemi Awolowo University Ife and those living in the environs