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Write on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 Published in News & Events

One of Africa's most respected president and statesman, President Paul Kagame will share his story of success and interact with young Nigerian Professionals on the 10th of November, at the Civic Center in Lagos. Time is 9am. Admission is free. Come and learn from this great African that has transformed his country from ethnic cleansing to the cleanest and greenest country in Africa and one of Africa's best Economy. A country where 75 percent of his cabinet are youths and 56 % of the national assembly members are women. President Paul Kagame live in Lagos, HURRY Nigerians Youths.

Write on Friday, 12 February 2016 Published in 2010 Delegates

Ehouman N'zebottié Marie Nooëlle is a young 2nd year student of Business Management. Born into a very humble family whose father is named Bernard M. Ehouman N'Guandi, originally from the east (N'zaranou) former employee of UNESCO and mother Georgette Brah Ehouman Kesse, also from the east(Abengourou). Having 4 brothers and 3 sisters, Marie Noelle spent a happy childhood surrounded by her family in respect, love, peace and sharing in Bouake, where she saw the light of day in the Nimbo maternity at 800.hrs. Her parents soon found that she would be a star.

Write on Monday, 10 September 2012 Published in 2011 Delegates

Ehouman N'zebottié Marie Nooëlle is a young 2nd year student of Business Management. Born into a very humble family whose father is named Bernard M. Ehouman N'Guandi, originally from the east (N'zaranou) former employee of UNESCO and mother Georgette Brah Ehouman Kesse, also from the east(Abengourou). Having 4 brothers and 3 sisters, Marie Noelle spent a happy childhood surrounded by her family in respect, love, peace and sharing in Bouake, where she saw the light of day in the Nimbo maternity at 800.hrs. Her parents soon found that she would be a star.

Write on Saturday, 02 March 2013 Published in 2012 Delegates

23- year old Aisha Nagudi was born and raised in Eastern Uganda town of Mbale. Aisha is the eighth amongst ten children in her family seven of whom are boys. The Ugandan press describes Aisha as one of the most enterprising and most focused young people in the Eastern Africa.

Write on Saturday, 02 March 2013 Published in 2012 Delegates

My name is Thenjiwe Pamela Ndlovu. I was born in 1987 and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe and moulded and groomed in South Africa during my tertiary education. I resemble and contribute to South Africa to being a rainbow nation due to my diverse ethnic background. I am from a family of three and I am the middle child and only girl. My mother is a Director and Principal and my father is a Commodity Broker. I will be commencing my third year in the Bachelor of Social Work in the year 2012 at the University of Limpopo in the hope of being a successful Social Work Administrator in the near future, in order to orchestrate welfare projects and enhance social policies.