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NYCN Organises Leadership Symposium For Senior School Students In Anambra

 

Anambra State’s National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has arranged a leadership symposium for the state’s undergraduate and senior secondary school students.

 

The goal of the symposium, according to the organizer and NYCN director, Honorable Ayiba Kenneth Ejike, was to provide the youngsters skills so they could benefit their homes, schools, and society as a whole.

 

Given the complete breakdown of the current society, it is imperative that young people be trained and taken in early to enable them to focus on their futures and careers while also benefiting society as a whole.

 

“At the end of the programme, the participants would have learnt a lot of things about ICT innovation, business orientation, human rights laws and other societal knowledge that will enable them to develop and be productive.

 

Additionally, Honorable Ejike urged wealthy Nigerians and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) to assist the council in combating crime in the nation.

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In his succinct remarks, NYCN’s state chairman, Comrade Obi Emeka, praised state commissioner for education Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh and governor Charles Soludo for helping to make the symposium a huge success. He also announced that the symposium will become an annual event as part of NYCN’s commitment to combating drug abuse, cultism, sexual harassment, and other social vices among students.

 

The guest speakers, Mr. Obinna Maduro of the National Human Right Commission (NHRC), Hon. Nwamaka Arize, MD/CEO, Anambra State Oxygen Production Plant, Hon. Chinwe Okoli, Special Adviser to Soludo on Innovation, and Rev. Ositadimma Amakeze, all made similar calls for integrity in their speeches.

 

Speaking on behalf of other students, Ms. Miracle Chineyerem expressed gratitude to NYCN for organizing the event and promised to apply her newfound knowledge to improve both her own life and society at large.

 

The programme with the theme ‘Catch Them Young For A Healthy, Prosperous And Livable Anambra which took place at theProfessor Kenneth Dike Library Awka, recently, also had the presence of the state Commissioner for Youth Development, Honourable Patrick Agha-mba; NYCN Deputy National President, Mr Innocent Nduanya; the dean, Faculty of Physical Science, Chukwumemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Igbariam-Anambra, Professor Kingsley Nwozor, among others.

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