Saturday, 2 June 2012

News Release: NETAD Holds Young And Emerging Leaders’ Summit On June 21st, 2012

The role of young people in nation building cannot be over-emphasized, thereby providing a dire need for youths to be prepared for challenges ahead towards strengthening our leadership and participation skills.

Acting on the above, Network for Talent Discovery (NETAD)- an organisation committed to talent discovery and development, leadership development and fostering patriotism among teenagers and youths in the African continent - is organising a Young and Emerging Leaders Summit meant  to engage young and emerging leaders in leadership deliberations towards exploring strategies and concepts of leadership through participation, and  fostering active youth participation in decision making processes, thereby aiding quality governance.

In a release signed by the Executive Coordinator of the organization, Aanu Damola Morenikeji, it was learnt that the summit, which has the theme 'Building Tomorrow Today' is scheduled to hold on Thursday, 21st June, 2012 at the Aduke Maina Hall of Federal College of Education, Abeokuta, Ogun State (Nigeria), commencing at 10am prompt.

Facilitators at the summit include Kingsley N.T. Bangwell (Team Leader, Youngstars Foundation, Jos) and Oladayo Ogunbowale  (President, DESPLAY Africa Republic). The keynote address titled  'Youth participation in qualitative governance; mirage or reality? will be delivered by  Mrs. Olufunsho Amosun (the Ogun State First Lady).

Expected at the summit are Rt. Hon. Adekunbi Suraju; Speaker, Ogun State House of Assembly, Mr Olugbenga Otenuga; Honourable Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Ogun State, members of the Ogun State house of assembly, Dr. Ozuzu Promise; President, International Youth Council, Nigeria, ….. and ……

Also expected at the venue are members of the Nigerian Youth Parliament, International Youth Council, Nigeria, National Youth Council of Nigeria, States Youth Parliament, executives and members of youth organizations and students' organizations, other young and emerging leaders.

Intending participants are however advised to register online via Participation for the event is totally free.

It is true that one voice can make a difference, but a million can change the world. Make a date with history and development at the summit; it is time to emerge!

Together we learn,  together we emerge!

Aanu Damola Morenikeji
Executive Coordinator,
Network for Talent Discovery (NETAD).
+234 703 956 3908

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