PRESS RELEASE: “Students Union Leadership Summit” partners with P7YDI, Lifthub, Guru Foundation & Electoral College, to host first Edition of SULS.
Still toeing the path of Nation building and Youth development, The P7YDI hosted the First Edition of the Student Union Leadership Summit (SULS) at the University of Calabar International Conference Center, the summit which was in Partnership with; The Guru Foundation, Eddyliz Printz, The Electoral College, SUG-UNICAL, LiftHub was christened “Think Nigeria, Think Cross River” and was aimed primarily at grooming intending Leaders in the Tertiary Institutions across the State and Country.
The Summit was graced by the keynote speaker, Prince God’swill Edward; Founder and President of P7YDI, Mr Kunle Lawal; Senate Candidate (FCT) and Director of Electoral College, Hon Paul Ajie; Chairman Niger Delta Activists Forum CRS Chapter, Mr Okorn Okorn, CEO Lifthub, Mr Great Ogban, ED, Leader’s Den, top officials from the CRS Fire Service and the DSS, and a host of other distinguished guests, including the UNICAL-SUG President, UNICAL-SUG Senate President, NANS Chairman CRS Axis, Representative of CRUTECH-SUG President among others
After the National Anthem was observed with a standing ovation, the keynote speaker, Prince God’swill Edward mounted the podium to deliver his keynote speech.
He started by thanking the students for making time out of their busy schedules to benefit from the summit, stressing that a lot of resources and manpower has been put into making sure that it was impactful for the students.
Going forward in his speech, Prince pointed out that the struggle for a better society will continue to be his top priority and that of those around him. He expressed his displeasure at the level of disregard that Nigerians are faced with whenever they appear in a foreign embassy, concluding that the major cause has remained bad governance, and negligence on the part of the citizens.
Prince7 resounded that the upcoming generation are the greatest hope for the country, vowing that he’s aligning with them in the fight to change the narrative of the society.
Going further, Mr Kunle Lawal in his speech, spoke on Electoral reforms and active participation in politics. He proposed that one way to get the next generation into Electoral Offices and reducing cost as well as violence during general elections is by shifting the Electoral Process to a technology based E-Electoral process.
Other speakers who spoke on various topics commended the organizers and the students and continued to stress on the fact that the youths are the future and the future was now.
The Summit was wrapped up with a movie from Enough is Enough: The movie is titled ‘4th Republic’. The movie which casted superstars in the Nigerian Movie Industry was scripted to give a deep insight into the contemporary electoral process in the Country.
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