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Linus Okorie Clocks 40: Celebrating a Leadership Icon and Pioneer


Linus Okorie, the President and founder of Guardians Of The Nations International and CEO New Vision Consults is 40 years old today.

He is an attitude and leadership development consultant of over 14 years of experience.
He is a graduate of the Imo State University where he served as the first elected Student Union Government (SUG) President after which he did his youth service with the National Assembly, Abuja.
He then proceeded to the Lagos Business School where he served as the Executive and Research Assistant to Prof. Pat Utomi. He thereafter proceeded to carry out a research on his area of passion – leadership development.

He is an Associate Member of International Third-World Leadership Association in the Bahamas.
He is an author of the book titled "Footprints: Leading beyond today" with foreword by Dr. Myles Munroe published by Destiny Image Europe.
The book encapsulates proven and time tested leadership principles that will make for legacy based leadership.


Linus is a man with a vision on a mission to recreate and build outstanding leaders in our generation who will make a difference in this country and take Nigeria to its rightful place; GREATNESS.

He has stayed on that course for 16 years of his life! We celebrate today 30:04: 2014, a rare breed, an uncommon leadership coach, mentor to thousands and a husband, father and one of Nigeria's iconic young persons as he clocks 40!

Hurray Linus at 40!

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