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Experts urge youths to maximise potential for nation building


An education expert and talent coach, Mr. Kingsley Obom-Egbulem, has urged youths to look inwards and maximise their potentials to add value to the society.

Obom-Egbulem noted that humans generally are embedded with skills and talents, which oftentimes are not put to use.

Addressing participants in Lagos, Obom-Egbulem said his aim is to raise transformational youths and leaders who are purposeful, valuable and would influence their generations positively.

According to him, he is committed to spotting talents, groom and empower them to become locally and globally relevant


He said: “Nobody is an Island, we need the services of others and people need our services too. People make mistakes in school, relationships, life and businesses

A life coach and media expert, Mr Daniel Akpata, urged youths to engage in soul searching, discover who they really are and their purpose in life.

Akpata said he teaches and mentors people through training platforms, such as radio programmes and inspirational books.

Chief Executive Officer, JD Recycling, Mrs Olaide Ayodele, took participants through her challenges and achievements, while urging them to pursue their vision to make a positive impact in the society.

Ayodele advised youths to build strong relationships, connect and build healthy relationships.

Another speaker and pharmacist, Mr Chukwuemeka Obi, advised participants to look out for problems they could solve in their schools and communities and render efficient services.


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