Politics, governance, cyber fraud and the cause and challenge of youth unemployment, the future of trade and entrepreneurship on the continent of Africa are some of the key topical issues that will be discussed at this year’s LibertyCon, an annual flagship event of African Students For Liberty

The yearly conference brings together hundreds of students, young leaders from across the continent, featuring dozens of international speakers to discuss real world issues and formulate free market based solutions for them, and offering a memorable experience.

Because of the current global pandemic, this year’s LibertyCon Africa will be hosted online. From their computer, at the comfort of their home or office, participants will hear from inspiring and seasoned speakers, learn about the classical liberal ideas from the best pro-liberty advocates in Africa,  participate and share thoughts on solutions to issues bedeviling the continent, network and make new friends!

Discussions at the conference will touch on democracy and governance in Africa; the profiteering business of COVID19 donation funds and mismanagement in African countries, cyber fraud and the cause and challenge of youth unemployment; the future of trade and entrepreneurship in Africa, and so much more!

This year, Japheth Omojuwa, Nigeria’s Social Media Influencer & Chief Strategist at Alpha Reach; Dr. Denis Foretia, Executive Chairman, Nkafu Policy Institute, Cameroon; Olumayowa Okediran, SFL’s Director of International Programs; Rejoice Ngwenya, Founder, Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions [COMALISO] Zimbabwe; Phumlani Majozi, Council Member, Institute of Race Relations, South Africa; Kasmil Gago,  Information & Communications Technology Expert; Onyango Otieno, Mental Health Advocate; Barr. Banke Olagbegi-Oloba, Lawyer & Treasurer, Nigerian Bar Association; Levi Kedowide, Founder, TUKA Institute are among the speakers prepared to share their knowledge to inspire participants to be better and stronger advocates.

LibertyCon Africa isn’t just an event. It is a one of its kind experience that cannot be matched by any other student organization in the world!”, a statement by ASFL noted. 

To learn more about the conference, register here and access the program of events, please visit us at https://www.libertyconafrica.com  and follow African Students For Liberty on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram for daily updates. 


African Students For Liberty is the African arm of Students For Liberty. ASFL exists to provide support for pro-liberty students and student groups in Africa and empower the next generation of leaders in the global liberty movement. ASFL provides support for pro-liberty st udents and student groups across the continent, by providing them with training and resources for the advancement of liberty in Africa.

At present, ASFL boasts an expansive network of over 600 leaders in 36 countries across the African continent. ASFL’s activities help students generate the skills, momentum, and connections necessary to effectively advance the pro-liberty movement within Africa and abroad. ASFL is the largest pro-liberty organization on the continent of Africa.

For information, visit https://www.libertyconafrica.com/ 

For more information on the LibertyCon, please contact ASFL Programs Associate, Oluwafemi Ogunjobi; email: oogunjobi@studentsforliberty.org