by Sola Fasasi
As Nigeria marks its 50th year of independence, Unveiling Africa Foundation presents the 1st Annual Nigerian Teenagers’ Conference.
Themed ‘Nigeria @50 – the role of Nigerian Teenagers in Nigeria’s Development’, The Unveiling Africa Teenagers’ Conference will provide a platform to nurture this new generation of Nigerians who are the teenagers of today with skills required for nation building. Some of the skills students will be exposed to include critical thinking, personal leadership, community development, academic excellence and excellence in social interaction.
This conference is part of a comprehensive nation building program rolled out by Unveiling Africa Foundation to engage teenagers on their role in the nation building process of a new Nigeria. The conference will also engage parents, educators, and the society at large on the role that they play in supporting Nigerian teenagers fulfill their role in nation building.
- Participating teenagers can expect interactive breakout sessions with seasoned speakers on topics such as personal leadership, academic excellence and community activism.
- Participating parents, educators, NGO’s, and other society members can expect lively discussions on the various roles they play in nation building and on the challenges they face in fulfilling their roles.
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Time: 10 a.m.
Venue: Chrisland Primary School Opebi, No 26 Opebi road Ikeja Lagos State.
For more information on the conference, please visit www.unveilingafrica.org/nigeria
To RSVP: Please call 08037161641 or 08071480069