NOA Boss, John Momoh, Jimi Disu, Others For UAC Youth Leadership Training
The Director General of the National Orientation Agency, NOA , Dr. Garba Abari and Chairman Channels Group, Mr John Momoh are among the frontline speakers billed to speak at the 2017 edition of the United Action for Change, UAC Youth Leadership Training Programme starting Thursday, September 21 2017.
Over 200 distinguished youth who were shortlisted across Nigeria will converge on Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Lagos for a three-day training programme. The theme is Youth: Catalyst For Positive Change. The maiden edition held last year at the same venue.
Other speakers and facilitators who have confirmed their attendance include popular social commentator, Mr Jimi Disu, social entrepreneur and co-founder, BudgIT, Mr Oluseun Onigbinde and wealth creation and management expert, Mr Ayo Adeyemi.
Others include, a life coach and HR consultant, Mr Abdur-Rahman Lekki, an Environmental activist, Mr Sulaiman Arigbabu , Mr Olanrewaju Suraj , Teju Babyface , Koffi among others.
Speaking on the importance of the training programme, Dr Muiz Banire, SAN, the convener of the United Action for Change, UAC said there could not be a better time to develop the capacity of the youth than now noting that they are catalyst for societal change.
His words, “As Nigeria struggles to rebuild her economy and address the myriads of sociopolitical challenges, it is very important to pay attention to building the successor generation.
“No efforts should be spared in building the skills and character of our youth for they are the ones to catalyze, energize and actualize the change that we all clamor for in the country.
“UAC is convinced that true change can only come to Nigeria if the youth who have the largest population, high energy and immense potential are groomed, inspired and empowered to play critical role as leaders and drivers of the future we all hope for.
He continued, : “It is in view of this that the United Action for Change (UAC) in collaboration with the National Orientation Agency (NOA) and the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) is organizing the second addition of the UAC Leadership Training.
The Leadership Academy will feature capacity building clinics, mentoring sessions and entrepreneurial support initiatives to be handled by experts and accomplished Nigerians who are worthy of emulation.