Sallu Kamuskay, the Founder and Executive Director of Salone Messenger, a prominent Sierra Leonean communication strategist, blogger, and youth organizer, is currently in Lusaka, Zambia, participating in a panel discussion centered on “How Tradition and Innovation Influence African Storytelling in the Digital Age.”
This insightful event has been organized by the Digital Communication Network (DCN) Global in collaboration with World Learning. The discussion is a prelude to the upcoming Digital Communication Network Global (DCN) event, set to take place on November 8-9, 2023, in Zambia, Africa.
Sallu Kamuskay has actively engaged with the event on social media, expressing his enthusiasm for the opportunity. He took to Twitter, saying,
“brought 40 countries worldwide. Excited to discuss African storytelling moderated by @AKenyanGirl tomorrow, exploring tradition & innovation in the digital age. Can’t wait to share my SL and African perspective.”
The Digital Communication Network Global (DCN) event, scheduled for November 8-9, 2023, in Zambia, promises to bring together a diverse assembly of digital professionals, influencers, and thought leaders from various fields. This forum, dedicated to launching DCN Africa, will delve into the profound impacts and implications of digital transformations and innovations on our society.
It will explore the intersection of traditional storytelling with modern digital mediums, offering a platform for experts like Sallu Kamuskay to share insights on the evolving landscape of African storytelling in the digital age.
As one of the featured panelists, Sallu Kamuskay’s participation highlights the significance of storytelling in the modern digital era, emphasizing the need to balance tradition and innovation while harnessing the power of digital platforms for communication and education.
His involvement in this discussion underlines the importance of cross-cultural dialogue and collaboration in shaping the future of African storytelling in the digital age.