As the nation gears towards another electioneering year which will determine the state of the economy and eventually return the nation to its lost glory, the need to get it right cannot be overemphasized.
In a bid to therefore install a new set of leaders with diverse orientation which must be channeled towards problem solving both economically and politically, organizers of Emerging Political Leaders Summit have stated that November 22, 2017, all roads will lead to the Shehu Musa Yar’adua center for a nation changing encounter with the theme; Breaking the Existing Economic & Political Status Quo.
In a statement issued by the Convener, Comrade Wale Ajani, the EPL Summit became imperative at this auspicious moment in our history.
“Nigeria has remained a country of enormous potentials for several decades. The consensus among local and international leaders of thought is that Africa’s most populous country and largest economy ought to have performed much better in terms of human development and economic indices.
According to Comrade Ajani, “There is a need to raise the bar of engagement about Nigeria and find effective solutions to her challenges across board. There is also a need to properly situate the country within the context of her past and present, to fashion out a more desirable future for the citizenry to enable the nation take her place of pride in Africa and the world.
To Register for the Summit visit: http://www.eplsummit.ng.
Eminent personalities expected to speak at the summit include: Mr. Frank Nweke Jnr.; Ms Ayisha Osori of OSIWA, Dr. Nurudeen Mohammed, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, Hon. Faruk Yabo,MFR, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, Arc Nya-Etok, Hon. Tony Nwulu and Rt.Hon Luke Onofiok.
Others are Founder and Pro-Chancellor, Baze University, Abuja, Sen. (Dr.) Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed; Mr. Sentele F. Barnes;(IRI Country Director) President, Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema (South Africa); Mr. Joseph Busha, President of FreeZim Congress (Zimbabwe) and Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie, Dr. Jay Osi Samuel and Mr. Tope Fasua. The summit will be declared open by His Excellency Prof. Yemi Osibajo, GCON, SAN