DDC 2017 – The Girl Of Many Colors

In line with our core vision of mentoring the next generation of Gods Leading Ladies, our main mentoring medium over the past two years has been the Divas & Daises Conference, held yearly at the Civic Centre Victoria Island Lagos, put together for 1000 young female students. The conferences have had tremendous positive impact on the girls who were able to attend.

For the year 2017 however, we are to taking the conference to 8 different schools giving us unprecedented access to a wider audience, ability to interact with a lot more girls, and a bigger, better and more effective mentoring opportunity.

So, come 1st of May, 2017 across 8 locations – 5 in Lagos, 1 in Ibadan, 1 in Abuja and 1 in Port Harcourt, the Girl of Many Colors will hold. It will be super awesome too as there will be different celebrities in attendance.

The major highlight of this school visits will be a Talk Show titled “The Girl of Many Colors”. It is aimed at addressing the crisis of identity and self confidence in our young girls of today and the questions they may have. We will also address the issues of sex education, morality and virtues. Our intention is to leave them imparted with godly values by presenting positive examples to them, proving to them that these young girls can be all they want to be yet be godly and decent while at it.

While the benefits are far reaching and capable of having a lifetime impact, It promises to be an interactive and exciting time with the girls.

Is your daughter between the ages of 11 & 16 and she is not a student of the schools we are visiting or schools invited? Good news is that she can still attend if you register her quickly as spaces for non-school attendees are very limited.

As always, the event is free. This is One event your girl should not miss! Let the Girl of Many Colors Arise!

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