500 Northeast Youths Are Instructed In Leadership and Good Governance by LGI


A non-governmental group, Lead Generation Initiative (LGI), is arranging a leadership, citizenship, and good governance capacity-building course for 500 youths in the North East.

The organization's National Secretary, Ekpa Stanley Ekpa, announced the development in a press release issued in Yola on Monday, stressing that as part of its numerous laudable programs aimed at inspiring young Nigerians to channel their creativity, skills, and energy toward nation-building, Lead Generation Initiative (LGI) will train 500 young Nigerians on leadership on Tuesday, October 19, 2021.

The "North-East Zonal Get Involved Leadership Summit" will take place in Yola, Adamawa State, and is aimed at bringing together youth leaders and LGI representatives from the six states that make up the country's North-East geopolitical zone.

Improving Youth Productivity

A Remedy for National Transformation is the summit's subject. The trainees are expected to return to their respective states after the training to arrange to Get Involved Leadership Training (GILT) for bigger groups at the state, local, and ward levels.

Governors from the six states in the North-East geopolitical zone, namely Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe, are among the dignitaries due to attend.

Remember that the Lead Generation Initiative, a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-profit organization that was officially launched in Abuja on January 21, 2021, has successfully held six different Get Involved Leadership Training (GILTs) in six different states, including Oyo, Osun, Bauchi, Gombe, Niger, and Kwara.

The Get Involved Leadership Summit (GILS) organized by the Lead Generation Initiative is scheduled to take place in each of the country's six geopolitical zones one after the other.

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