RCCG Lagos Province 19 set for RECALP Summit tomorrow
The Young Adults and Youth Affairs are gearing up for the (Hybrid: Virtual and Physical) Summit, which is slated for TOMORROW, Saturday June 12, 2021 at the Redeemed Christian Church of God Lagos Province 19 Auditorium in Ogudu.
The summit will serve as platform to equip the new generation of leaders and stimulate attendees, mostly young people to align with plausible steps to attain their life goals.
The Chief Host, Pastor Bisi Olowoyo, who is Pastor-in-charge of Lagos Province 19, said that over 3,000 young people are expected to be in attendance, while a lot of viewers are expected to join the Summit online.
Olowoyo described RECALP as a carefully designed platform to stir-up the creativity, talents and skills in the young people.
Speaking on the Summit, the Convener and Provincial Youth Pastor of Lagos Province 19, Femi Aminu hinted that RECALP has evolved over the past couple of years from merely a youth summit where young people network to a brand that sows and nurtures ideas of true leadership in the minds of young leaders.
“The initiative is to provide a forum where young people can be intellectually stimulated and challenged to take charge in the focus areas of the Summit,” Aminu further said.
RECALP initially holds every May 29 to coincide with Nigeria’s Democracy Day celebration and has now shifted to June 12 to align with the trend of the Day.
Also commenting on the Summit, Pastor Olowoyo disclosed that a member of the House of Representatives for Somolu Federal Constituency, Ademorin Kuye will discuss issues around Politics; Bisi Akande (Leadership); Nike Macaulay (Career); Seyi Abolaji (Entrepreneurship) and Dunamis Okunowo will lead the discussion on Relationship.
The RECALP Summit provides practical anecdotes for five very important aspects of human life namely: relationship, entrepreneurship, career, leadership, and politics. Our faculty has been carefully drawn from a select pool of distinguished and reputable individuals who actually walk their talk.
The Summit has so far enjoyed a relatively wide coverage with a growing online audience from all over the world.
Meanwhile, the Conveners said that attendance at the five-hour summit is free and interested youths can register online HERE.
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