AIRO to address Africa’s leadership challenge
As part of efforts aimed at addressing the current leadership challenge facing the continent, the African Intellectual Resource Organisation (AIRO) has been established for the development of Africa by Africans.
One of the immediate projects to achieve this is AIRO Leadership Institute, an African-centred outlet, whose leadership training is an integral part of one of the pillars of AIRO’s THESE -Technology and Renewable Energy; Health and Sports Development; Economy and Agriculture; Science, Environment and Culture; and Education and Vocational Development.
While noting that the virtual launch tagged, ‘Unveiling AIRO Leadership Institute’, will hold October 3, 2020, the organisers said the institute’s mission is to train current and emerging leaders all over Africa, adding that the special focus will be youth and women.
The keynote speakers for the meet are H.E. Amb. Dr. O. Favour Ayodele (the Carpenter); Dr. Aina Olusiji, and special guests— Dr. Joe Okei Odumakin; Prof. Bentenbi Tani (Algeria) and Dr. George Uboh (Nigeria).
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