LIVERPOOL’S YOUNGEST AUTHOR SPEAKS AT THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT
We are pleased to have one of the Nation’s Youngest Bestselling author, our very own 12-year-old Latoya Likambi and author of 2 books, who is currently working on her third, as one of the distinguished guest speakers ( and the youngest ) at the upcoming BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION at the UK HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT on Friday 25th October 2019!
This prestigious event is organized by Tony Tokunbo Eteka Fernandez, who has done this now for 6 years in a row! This year’s event is organized in conjunction with MP Alok Sharma.
The speakers for this year’s Black History Month Celebration at The UK House of Parliament are:
- Louise Chandler from Barbadoes – A Multi-award winner, A Media and PR Communications manager as well as a former presenter for BBC Radio Berkshire,
- 12-year-old Latoya Likambi from Cameroon – International Bestselling Author, Inspirational Speaker & Founder of Unleash Your Creative Genius & Thrive with Latoya Likambi
- Stephen Ssali from Uganda – The President of Mariandina Research foundation,
- Mazi Obi Okoli from Nigeria – The President of The Congress of Igbo Leaders UK as well as a Nollywood actor
- Donald Waterfall from Zimbabwe – A business entrepreneur and African thought leader.
PERFORMING ARTIST Tsungai Tsikirai from Zimbabwe
Tony is a Published Author & Poet, MC , Blogger and Events Consultant. He is also a Peace Ambassador to the Universal Peace Federation.
Tony had this to say about the event: “I feel honored to be organizing Black History Month Celebrations in the last six year at UK HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT. As most of you know I have been organizing this on a zero budget, and so will also welcome donations to this profound initiative. Together we shall continue to promote our history, tell our stories and dictate our narrative.”
To discuss making a donation or other ways you could be of support, please, get in touch with Tony. ALTERNATIVELY, MAKE A DONATION VIA PAYPAL to firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B: Speakers’ native origins have been included to place emphasis on their Black/ African Heritage.