NPL welcomes 50 young people for a one-month leadership training
About 50 selected young people began a four-week leadership program in Abuja on Monday.
The mentorship program is organized by the Nigerian Prize for Leadership, NPL.
It is intended to equip young Nigerians with strong moral, emotional, intellectual, social and physical capacities, which prepares them for leadership in different spheres of society.
Course participants were greeted at the Nigerian Civil Service Institute, PSIN, Kubwa, by the members of the NPL Board of Directors, led by the President and Vice-President, Prof. Anya O. Anya ; and Professor Jerry Gana.
In his remarks, Professor Anya said that the essential role young people play in nation building underscores the Ambassadorial Leadership Program (ALP) to nurture and nurture a new generation of outstanding leaders, drawn from the six geopolitical zones.
He explained that the mission of the NPL is to institute and project a true Nigerian Leadership Award that will inspire Nigerians to lead a life greater than themselves, for the community, nation and humanity.
“It is envisioned to be the highest, most trusted and prestigious single leadership award in Nigeria, targeting Nigerians of all ages, who have demonstrated character, credibility, competence, creativity, exemplary sacrifice, with lasting success, ”he said.
Welcoming the participants of the second ALP 2021, Prof. Vincent Anigbogu said: “The aim of the ALP is to develop competent young leaders who can lead different areas of our life. “
Anigbogu, chair of the program development committee, NPL, noted that the program is designed to strengthen the moral, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual aspects of participants.
“To achieve this, the program development committee consulted from afar to come up with a four-week program that was rigorous, fun, varied and extraordinarily rich. The learning will be communicated through lectures, films and documentaries, case studies, group discussions and group and personal work, ”he said.
Yauri FGC students, Kebbi
153 days 8 hours 11 minutes 51 seconds,
Baptist school students, Kaduna
135 days 9 hours 53 minutes 16 seconds
Students of Tegina Islamiya, Niger (Released)
Spent 88 days from May 30, 2021 to August 26, 2021
Report by: PRNigeria.com