YALI Network Honours Abraham John Onoja

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YALI Network has Honoured at the YALI Network Evening with Young CEO’s Masterclass in Lagos.

The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Network honoured Abraham John Onoja during the YALI Network (Lagos Chapter) Young CEO’s Masterclass in Lagos.

YALI Network Honours Abraham John Onoja
Abraham John Onoja was honoured on account of his outstanding role, commitment, and consistency over the years in building and shaping young minds and his leadership prowess.
Abraham John Onoja thanked the organisers and promised to do more to bridge gaps and shape the next generation of leaders on whose shoulders the country would rely.
Guest speakers at the event buttressed the theme: Resilience and Reinvention in Turbulent Times includes Mr. Victor Onyenkpa, Chief Operating Officer, KPMG Nigeria, Prof. Pat Utomi, Professor of political economy and management expert and founder, Centre for Value in Leadership, Adepeju Jaiyeoba, Former President, Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumni Nigeria (MWFAN).
The Young African Leaders’ Initiative (YALI) was launched by the former president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, as a signatory effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders.
In Nigeria, YALI network hubs are galvanising future emerging leaders who are passionate about shaping the future of business and entrepreneurship, civic leadership, and public management in Nigeria. This network has successfully connected young change makers across Lagos, Nigeria and Africa at large under the auspices of the United States of America Consulate.
Abraham John Onoja
Abraham John Onoja
In order to continue to inspire the creativity of young African leaders, the President of YALI Network Lagos State, Amb. Musa Olayinka Mbe, birthed the YALI Lagos Evening with Young CEOs masterclass in an attempt to change the narrative and further boost the capacity of young and emerging CEOs in light of current realities around the world.
Ambassador Musa Olayinka, President of the YALI Network in Lagos State, was represented by his Deputy, and stated that the purpose of the day was to build excellence and lead lights in order to weather the storm caused by the pandemic, among other things.
The master class event was attended by young CEOs in Lagos State.


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