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Dele Momodu, Fela Durotoye, Donald Duke, Pat Utomi, Others to Speak at GOTNI Summit


As a new election year approaches in 2011, recent developments in our nation’s polity have more than ever before re-echoed the need for the emergence of a new generation of transformational leaders who will redirect our nation from the pathway of gloom to a brand new Nigeria where everything works.

History is in the making as Nigeria’s foremost youth leadership organisation – Guardians of the Nation International [GOTNI] presents its 2010 Abuja Leadership and Economic Summit themed – LEADERSHIP FOR TRANSFORMATION: IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES.

In partnership with the Nigeria Economic Summit Group [NESG], Ministry of Youth Development and OVATION International, GOTNI is prepared to host seven hundred [700] best of the best young Nigerians [between the ages of 18 and 40] who will converge on the Congress Hall of TransCorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th May, 2010 in a bid to address and proffer concrete solutions to the leadership crisis which has plagued our nation within the past four decades.

According to Linus Okorie, Founder and President, GOTNI, “By all means, this Summit is a star-studded package that brings together some of Nigeria’s finest technocrats, captains of industry as well as seasoned political leaders who will engage 700 carefully selected Nigerians on the issues the Summit seeks to address. Expectations are high and we are convinced that at the end of the Summit, a clearer direction for transformational leadership in Nigeria would have been created.”

Some of the speakers scheduled to speak at the Abuja Summit include, Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, Bashorun Dele Momodu, Mr. Fela Durotoye, Prof. Pat Utomi, Prof. Dora Akunyili, Mr. Frank Nweke Jnr., Mr. John Momoh, Dr. Donald Duke, Ambassador Godknows Igali, Dr. Cosmas Maduka, among others.

Are you young, young at heart and with a burning passion to see change in all leadership spheres of our great country? Don’t be left out! You can be a part of this remarkable experience. First, to be selected for participation, intending participants are required to fill the online Summit Registration Form on the GOTNI website – www.gotni.org

You have a right to be among the SELECTED 700. The right time to begin that process is NOW!

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10 Comments

  1. MICHAEL says:

    I HAD TAT GIST TOO. HE APPEARS NORMAL.

  2. BELLS says:

    GOTNI is a good thing.
    however, man behind it, LINUS OKORIE, MAN BEHIND IT ALL IS A PEVERT….A SICK LITTLE MAN…DONT BE DECEIVED. IT IS SAID HE TRICKS HIS EMPLOEES INTO BED WIT HIM

  3. hanson Effiok says:

    I sincerely thank God for this organization(gotni)” any time a child wakes up they say is morning” indeed this is our morning we have to stand up and take what rightly belong to us, we must stand up against corruption, poverty and embrace equity, unity in diversity as good people destined for a great nation.

  4. akong david says:

    it is complementing i mean your hard work

  5. osum ugochukwu says:

    I personally thank God for GOTNI Nigeria. My brother and sisters, we can’t be asking for any better platform. This is the best thing that can happen to the youth of this nation. We are indeed ready to go and by God’s willing, we will get there.

  6. Chijioke Cyril Nwolisa says:

    i believe its right time we the youths of this nation organise our selves under a platfoam to curb these mess our so called leaders have drage this nation into,its very shameful that one of general told an internatonal media that we the youths are not capable to leading this nation and we need to prove him wrong,i pray that this platform be a starting piont to prove these critics wrong. thanks

  7. emmanuel says:

    gotni as i know is a wonderful ngo.
    in my process of trying to register, it seems impossible. i loved to be partaker in the saturday summit coming up. but uptill now i am still unable to register. i need to be there to fine tune some certain things that need to be put in order. in a society like ours where the pdagogists are vendors of ignorant, the pedagogue themselves are in need of pedagogy

  8. uchenna says:

    GOTNI,thank GOD for this great vision.It is time to build youths who are void of corruption and iniquity,youths who have a sense of love and patriotism for her nation,youths who does not see money,money but fulfillment of VISION,in a quest to build a new and great NIGERIA.I Mean this Nation is Blessed with HUMAN AND NATURAL RESOURCES UP IN THE SKY AND BENEATH THE EARTH.OH GOD HELP GOTNI TO MANIFEST THIS VISION IN THE NIGERIAN YOUTH,AMEN.

    uchenna.

  9. uchenna says:

    Our Leaders have conditioned the mind of the Average Nigerian to appreciate and embrace poverty.The Average nigeria is not interested in dignity of the human person or in his Human Rights.He only struggles to live above $1 a day.

    uchenna.

  10. uchenna says:

    over the years we have had and still have RECYCLED LEADERSHIP.’LEADERS’ or do i call them wolves who have hijacked power,who are intoxicated by power and have turned democracy to their inheritance.They rule,their children take over,their grand children take over.THEY HAVE TURNED DEMOCRACY TO MONARCHRACY.

    Uchenna.

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