Nigerian youths in diaspora will unite in Accra, the capital of Ghana for a symposium and to make a case for the reinstallation of President Goodluck Jonathan.
The youths, under the aegis of Rebrand Nigeria Youths in Ghana Organization are driven by the passion to herald the agents of change for Nigeria by building the youths, with a commitment towards non-violence, preaching abstinence from prostitution, religious tolerance & peaceful co-existence.
This they hope to achieve by organizing ‘The Nigerian Youths Diaspora Summit’ which is scheduled to hold on the 5th of November 2014 at the British Council; Accra, to pave a way for the recognition of Nigerian youths living outside Nigeria; their travails, trials and position.
The summit is put together by the Comrade Barry Ndu led EXCO of Rebrand Nigeria Youths in Ghana Organization; championing the transformation and reorientation of Nigerian youths at home and in the diaspora, in conjunction with the Office of the Senior Special Adviser to the Nigerian President on Youth & Student Matters- Mr. Jude Imagwe.
Expected as the Guest of Honour is the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana- Ambassador Oluseyi Onofowakan,Special Assistant to the President on Youth and students Dr. Mrs Ngozi Olejeme-Director of Finance,Goodluck Support Group, Dr. Ezekiel Adeniji- Chairman,FERMA.
Others are Mr. Ras Mubarak,CEO,National Youth Authority, Prof. Edna Mathews Njoku-Chairman,Conference of African Female Professors. The summit will also feature the launch of a Signature for Peace campaign, Award & declaration of support for President Goodluck Jonathan’s re-election at the polls come 2015 presidential election.
Source: Nelson NseAbasi