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Why We Should Care | Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Presents Keynote #NECLIVE

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Panel: Why We Should Care
Keynote: Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde
Panelists: Yemi Adamolekun, Sam Onyemelukwe, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde
Moderator: Emilia Asim-Ita

Tweets by Uduak Oduok, Esq.

Retweets included:@bhmng  @lizlenjo

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Event Date: 4/23/2014
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Event: The 2nd Annual Nigerian Entertainment Conference
2014 Theme: Creating Pathways to the Future
Event Live streamed.

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23

@emiliaasim says talents cannot create an NGO, raise funds and not give an accounting of what they did with the money. It’s fraud. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
In Nigeria you can get rebate taxes if you file your taxes correctly. Says CSR should be regulated. @emiliaasim #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
“Anywhere I gather, all I hear is what we “cannot” do another thing I hear is “what government can do for us.” – Tony Okoroji #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
Tosin Martins also wants to know as to corporations, when artists partner how do they assure an artist’s CSR goal is implemented? NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
Tosin Martins says the conversation has moved from corporate social responsibility to CSR investment. What incentives do we have? #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
In summary: 1) be professional create the infrastructure that helps us creates jobs; 2) rise up to your civic duties; and 3) lead. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
“Structure your company, pay taxes, train your employees, it is a simple answer but critical n creates real value 4 the industry.” #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
“Don’t tell me you are not a role model, you are.” @Realomosexy #NECLIVE

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Elizabeth Ogunnowo ‏@LizzySlizzie Apr 23
There’s a trend where celebrities only give back to society on their birthdays – Emilia Asim-Ita #NECLIVE #SocialResponsibility

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
Important panel but I think it should have been named, “Celebrities, Endorsement Deals & Social Responsibility,” #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
@emiliaasim discusses celebrities taking pictures with orphanages, starting ngos during festive seasons and then the ngos wither. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
Conflict of interests, background checks, and Qs should be asked b4 artists, actors and creative talents endorse a brand or cause. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
Profits, People and Environment are the three pillars of CSR. There is discussion on how to engage celebrities? #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
@emiliaasim ask if the community even understand what governance or other aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility is? #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
@emiliaasim great Qs.”When you advocate for civic responsibilities. How much of the internal consequences do they seek to manage?” #NECLIVE

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BlackHouse Media ‏@bhmng Apr 23
Impunity happens only in places where there are no penalties – Yemi Adamolekun #NECLIVE #SocialResponsibility

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
For many years now I have had the privilege of working with #enoughisenough on their campaigns. Great organization. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
@emiliaasim long time madam. You look good. Great tone, pacing and diction. Great topic. #NECLIVE

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Liz Lenjo ‏@LizLenjo Apr 23
Entertainment is serious business not just to entertain. I agree with Ms. Omotola. #NECLIVE

Uduak Oduok ‏@UDUAKLAW Apr 23
@Realomosexy keynote speaker. Listening. #NECLIVE

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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

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