Vanguard (Lagos)

27 January 2013

Nigeria: Empower Nigeria Confab Begins At UNN Jan 31

Nsukka — The nation's first national and regional road show on empowerment targeted at Nigeria's millions of unemployed youths takes off on January 31, 2013, at the University of Nigeria, Enugu campus, with Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Osita Chidoka, and Chairman of Nigeria's Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Sam Amadi, presenting papers.

The road show, entitled, "Empower Nigeria", organised and promoted by Anabel Leadership Academy, is designed to empower millions of Nigeria's unemployed people across the country with the skills and direction to create jobs for themselves and not keep waiting for large companies that are not creating any new jobs.

The "Empower Nigeria" conference is an off-shoot of that Summit with a more practical approach to inform, educate and motivate youths in different parts of the country to stop waiting for a Job, but to go out and make things happen for themselves.

The event which is a collaboration between Anabel Leadership Academy and University of Nigeria, will President and founder of Anabel Group, Nicholas Okoye and Vice-Chancellor of University of Nigeria, Prof Bartho Okolo in attendance.

Empower Nigeria is divided into geographical zones and is expected to cover all the parts of Nigeria on a road show.

Anabel Leadership Academy has assembled a distinguished team of speakers for the Empower Nigeria South East Zone. They include Nze Akachukwu Nwankpo, Special Adviser to the President on Technical Matters and Secretary to Subsidy Reinvestment Program (SURE-P), Special Assistant to the President on Jobs Creation, Ms Josephine Washima, and a host of others.

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