Ghanaian dancehall artist Shatta Wale has been added to the list of personalities confirmed to speak at the 2016 Oxford Africa Conference 2016.
The confirmation was made on the evening of April 5 2016 via the official website of the organization.
Shatta Wale will not only be one of the panelists on the second day of the conference, he will also be performing at the after-party of the 2016 Oxford Africa Conference as earlier published and will offer a great end to an intellectually stimulating weekend.
He joins a list of influential personalities from across Africa including Elsie Kanza, World Economic Forum – Head of Africa, Toyosi Akerele-Ogusiji, Founder of Rise Networks, Kevin Malunga, Deputy Public Protector (South Africa), Okendo Lewis-Gayle, Founder & Chairman of Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance, Lord Michael Hastings OBE, Director of Global Citizenship at KPMG and many others.
According to his manager, Chris Koney, Shatta Wale speaks on the second day of the conference and on the “African Art and Societal Change”
The Oxford Africa Conference is a leading interdisciplinary conference on Africa delivered by a team of Oxford students. The Conference brings together heads of state, policymakers, business leaders, academics, artists, students, and professional to critically expand the discourse on Africa.