Kenya: It Will Cost You Sh75K to Have Dinner With Televangelist TD Jakes At Nairobi Summit

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American televangelist Thomas Dexter Jakes Sr, better known as TD Jakes, will be a guest speaker at a leadership and entrepreneurship summit that will be hosted in Nairobi next month.

The event, organized by KCB, will be hosted at Kasarani Indoor Arena on September 6.

Those intending to attend will cough out Sh75,000 just to be in the same room with him.

The SOAR Africa leadership summit provides a platform where leaders and entrepreneurs have conversations on the economic progress of the continent.

Bishop TD Jakes, Econet group chairman Strive Masiyiwa, head of Facebook Africa Nunu Ntshingilia, and KCB chief executive Joshua Oigara are some of the keynote speakers at the three-day event.

The summit targets leaders in business, government and academia as well as key decision-makers from the public and private sector.

The summit consists an exclusive fireside chat with Bishop TD Jakes on September 5, followed by a full-day conference on September 6.

Here are the packages available for those planning to attend the summit.

For Sh25,000, you will get non-reserved seating within the conference arena, two bottles of drinking water, two tea breaks (mid-morning and afternoon), lunch in delegate dome which will also include one bottle of water and one soft drink and parking in general parking zone.

For the V.I.P, going for Sh50,000, the attendee will get a table seating in V.I.P area during conference, bottled drinking water on demand, two tea breaks (mid-morning and afternoon) and lunch at the V.I.P dome. One will also mingle with the headline speakers and have parking in V.I.P parking zone.

V.V.I.P, going for Sh75,000, the attendee will get access to an exclusive dinner and fireside chat with T.D Jakes and Strive Masiyiwa at Kempinski Hotel and the enjoy the V.I.P package at the conference.

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