Posted by News Express | 8 June 2017 | 1,762 times
Royal Foundation International is set to host her National Leadership Summit (NLS), “a programme packaged to be a platform to equip students with leadership skills, a requisite skill for success in private and public sectors in their adult lives and also as students in their respective schools.”
According to the convener, Femi Royal Aliu, “Royal Foundation International is a youth-led organisation that utilises amazing innovation and cutting edge technologies to package fellowship programs, internships, summits, bootcamps for young people to promote individual effectiveness, wealth creation and leadership skills”.
Aliu said that the event is themed, “Nigeria’s Future: The Role of Exceptional Leadership”, and will hold thus from 10am on Friday, June 9, 2017, at Covenant University Secondary School, Ota, Ogun State.
He disclosed that NLS 2017 will bring together about 20 schools to a single venue as a gathering of eagles and will also be a platform to learn about exceptional and value-based leadership and how they can model it. Aliu disclosed in a statement that students from different schools will also compete for the debater of the year award on the topic, “To work for someone else or build one’s business; which is better?”
“The event,” he disclosed, “will bring together mainstream speakers including, Precious Ajoonu, Leap Africa; Jimoh Oluwasegun, NGOPodcast; Rahmah Aderinoye, UNICEF Global Ambassador; Lanre Olokunde, Snapnet Nigeria; Alexander Tosin, MTN Nigeria; Doyin Ajayi, Sweet FM; Oyekanmi Ayoyemi, Wikimedia Group; Moremi Kedirsmeia, from Botswana on an amazing panel to enlighten these young minds.”
News Express learnt that the event is in partnership with Covenant University Secondary School, Global Shapers Community Ibadan of the World Economic Forum, Lead Resources, Next Gen Africa, AREAi Africa, Hearts Connect Initiative, AllforDevelopment Foundation, Thriving Teens and sponsored by NerdyGram Consulting, Parle G Biscuits & Sweetco Plc.
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