AML 042: Interview with Ayeni Adekunle #NECLIVE

[spp-player]Ayeni Adekunle Samuel is one of the most respected names in Africa’s  media and entertainment industries. He is also the founder of The Nigerian Entertainment Conference, Africa’s foremost entertainment business conference, Thenet.ng (a formidable media platform), a Digital Agency, and the BHM Group, one of Nigeria’s leading public relations company.

On this 42nd episode of The Africa Law Music Show, he joins Ms. Uduak, AML host, to share how he went from struggling with his speech as a stammerer,  failing his JAMB exam five times, among other obstacles, to become a name to be reckoned with in the industry.

Ayeni also shares how he founded the Nigeria Entertainment Conference and his vision for the conference which holds today April 22nd, 2015 and will be live streamed on www.nec.ng.

The Africa Music Law show is the premiere music business and entertainment law show empowering the African artist, and the creative industry at large. The show made iTunes Top 4 in its ‘New & Noteworthy’ category in 2014. Countries represented are Nigeria (26%), USA (23%), UK (15%), UAE (7%), and Other (29%). This episode is a must listen, and must share.

Where to Find Ayeni Adekunle

Facebook: Ayeni Adekunle 

Twitter: Ayenithegreat  | NecLive3

Website: NEC.ng | Ayenithegreat.ng
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