Youthful Vibes

Govt.  great youth policies are not  implemented  – Johnson Abbaly

Govt. great youth policies are not implemented – Johnson Abbaly

Johnson Abbaly is a youth advocate who has dedicated a bout a decade into youth inspiring-work across the world. As a conceptual theorist, his work on “Strategic Time Windows” has enhanced the understanding of young people about time shifts and seasons, and to help clear a path for the next generation. His book, “Unleashed” has sparked up renewed hope for young people. Abbaly is a much sought after conference speaker and consultant who routinely trains corporate organisations' staff on how to unlock the organisation’s brain-power and maximise their human resource potentials.
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It ‘s either we innovate or we die – Ayodele Lawal Adio

It ‘s either we innovate or we die – Ayodele Lawal Adio

W hen you engage a bright and creative mind you definitely will leave with an experience to remember in a very long time. Ayo walked into the Vanguard corporate office looking well dressed ,above all, exuding confidence that he is a young man with a vision to impact lives. He is a Microbiologist with an MBA,and he is set to cause a generation change. Please read on:

Youths should be encouraged  to contest for political offices – Murtala Adogi

Youths should be encouraged to contest for political offices – Murtala Adogi

Murtala is a Special Assistant on Youth Empowerment to the Nassarawa State Governor. He believes that his consistent hard work earned him the appointment and he is all out to make a difference in empowering youths. In this interview, Murtala tells us about his appointment and how he intends to empower the young people of Nassarawa State. Excerpts:

I  started performing as a drummer at 7yrs – Raymond Okpara

I started performing as a drummer at 7yrs – Raymond Okpara

Growing up
I am an indigene of Imo State— born March 19, 1984. I grew up in a Pastor’s home with four brothers and a sister. My upbringing was good. My parents gave ‘freehand’ to us as children to express our innate abilities. I attended L.A Primary School, and Ajeromi Ifelodun High School, Olodi Apapa, and tertiary education was at Oracle University, USA —via their scholarship programme.

I refused to let the world address me as disabled – Julie Lami Emaiku

I refused to let the world address me as disabled – Julie Lami Emaiku

A quick contact with the story of any blind person, you may likely think of Stevie Wonders or our own Nigerian, Cobhams being the sunshine of the musical lives of many. Julie (29) is however not a musician, but a young woman whose works drew inspiration from the first studio album by the solo project of DeerHunter, Lead vocalist, Bradford Cox., titled: Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See but Cannot Feel.

If you don’t have reason for waking up, sleeping becomes interesting – Linus Okorie

If you don’t have reason for waking up, sleeping becomes interesting – Linus Okorie

The advancement of any people or any nation undoubtedly depends largely on ethical leadership. Linus Okorie (a.k.a. Mr. Leadership), president of Guardian of the Nation International (GOTNI) is a young Nigerian that is very passionate about effective leadership. Linus is famous for saying: If you don’t have a reason for waking up, sleeping becomes interesting.