Nigeria Symposium For Young And Emerging Leaders Holds July 12

The organisers of the Future Project has announced its roll call of panelists for the 2019 edition of The Nigeria Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders, which comes up on Friday, July 12, 2019.

With ‘Turning the Curve, Aligning Government Policy to our Realities,’ as theme for this year’s edition, the symposium remains a platform for robust engagement between public office holders and young people with a focus on socio-political structures, policy making, effectiveness of institutions and the extent to which they have been strengthened to perform.

According to a release by Red Media Africa, some of the personalities that are scheduled to speak at the event include former Mr Rotimi Amaechi, the former transport minister; Ismael Ahmed, the SSA to the President on Social Investment; Deputy National Organizing Secretary, Middlebelt Forum, Ndi Kato; Bankole ‘Banky W’ Wellington; and former presidential candidate, Oluremi Shonaiya.

Others are Economist, FBNQuest Merchant Bank, Chinwe Egwim; Navy Commodore Omatseye Nesiama (Rtd.); Ex DSS Assistant Director, Dennis Amachree; Country Officer and Head of Nigeria office of the Open Society Initiative, Jude Ilo; and rapper, activist, and UN Peace Ambassador, Ruggedman. The 2019 symposium will feature three sessions with panelists discussing legislation, policy and impact, and the chronic insecurity in Nigeria.

As usual, attendance to the symposium is free but registration is required of anybody that intends to be at the event. The 2019 symposium is powered by The Future Project with support from National Endowment for Democracy among others.

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