One of the leading Social Sports Entrepreneurs in Africa, Shogo Shodunnke is among the resource persons invited to attend the second edition of African Summit on Education through Sports holding in Casablanca, Morocco.
The three day summit organized by Tibu Africa, a non governmental organization commenced on Thursday 25th of May will be concluded on Sunday, 28th, 2023.
According to conveyer of the Summit Mohammed Amine Zariat, the event was part of programmes lined to commemorate World Africa Day where actors in sports business will draw a new roadmap on how to boost the human capital of African youth through the power of sports.
Shodunnke, who is the BrainBehind AMAPRO Football Championship said the summit will be an eye opener to learn new ways to use sports as pathways to raise breadwinners and help the helpless.
The CEO of Phreestyle Sports who is also one of the beneficiaries of the Pan-African Programme African Sports Change makers told our correspondent that “this summit is timely, especially for Sub-Saharan Africa to key into having institutions where kids can learn academics and as well be trained on their chosen sports at tender age.
“Its a great opportunity to be among the few beneficiaries that will be attending this summit and as always the experience will be brought back home to develop our country,” he said.