Bridge Leadership Foundation Graduates 80 Trainees
Essien, who spoke at a ceremony to mark the end of graduate employability training programme organised by Bridge Leadership Foundation (TBLF), said the best way for Nigerian youths to change the fortune of the country, in order to give it a place of pride, is to make the best use of every opportunity that comes their way.
He charged them to use their potentials and talents in the best interest of the nation. “The nice thing about the training was that it was principally focused on young people and agriculture.
The foundation took a genuine interest in the transformation of the leadership potentials of young people. The most enjoyable thing was in seeing many young people involved at the training and graduation ceremony.”
He tasked the graduating students to “invent something, create a masterpiece, build a business that makes a real difference in the world, and do something that others say cannot be done.”
The Executive Secretary of the foundation, Ewajesu Fashina, said the TBLF believes that the graduation ceremony would provide another opportunity for the foundation to connect with its alumni and to offer another chance for learning.
“I acknowledge that your journey to this point has been far from easy and I know that for all of you, it represents a long and sustained commitment to foundation’s graduate employability training”.
The foundation is a non-profit leadership and capacity development foundation committed to building generations of young people, who are empowered to take responsibility for their own lives and for making a difference in the world.
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