24 May 2012

Nigeria: Kolade, Utomi, Ighodalo to Address Christian Youths

Lagos — EMINENT Nigerians including erstwhile presidential aspirant, Professor Pat Utomi; chairman of the Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme Board, Dr. Christopher Kolade; Mrs. Ibukun Awosika and Pastor Ituah Ighodalo will speak at the maiden Methodist Church of The Trinity, MCTT, Leadership Conference for Christian Youths in Business and Public Life.

The theme of the programme which will take place at the auditorium of the Methodist Church of The Trinity, Tinubu, Lagos at 10:00 a.m. is 'The Building Blocks of Effective Leadership.'

According to the chairman of the Local Organising Committee, Rev. Oladapo Daramola, the aim of the conference which is scheduled for Saturday, is to inspire young men and women to seek or accept leadership responsibilities as part of their contribution to society, help them to increase awareness of current leadership challenges and to develop key values and ethics among these emerging leaders for effective leadership.

Dr. Kolade is expected to speak on 'Leadership, Ethics and Integrity in Public Life', while Prof. Utomi will speak on 'Empowering Youth Leadership in Combating Corruption: Towards Creating a Network of Corruption Intolerant Youth Leaders.'

Mrs. Awosika is billed to speak on 'Top-Down Leadership and Leading from Where you are' while Pastor Ighodalo will address a topic titled; 'Faith, Ethics and Values in Business and Public Leadership.'

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