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Logos Audibles Exhibitions kicks off at the Emerging Leaders Conference Abuja

Today marks the beginning of the fourth annual cycle of the Emerging Leaders Conference in Abuja Nigeria.

Hosted by a Non-profit leadership grooming organisation, Guardians Of The Nation International, #ELC2014
is gathering 1000 young Nigerians aged 18-40 and is scheduled to hold at the International Conference Centre, Abuja on the 29th and 30th of August, 2014.

The conference offers opportunities to learn, share, network and imbibe information on transformational leadership as it applies to current day challenges of leadership and governance. And I will be representing my organisation, Logos Audibles Enterprises at the exhibitions.

It brings together experts, business leaders, captains of industries, entertainment icons and distinguished Nigerians who will teach on the realities of today's leadership crisis in view of a desired future.

See eflyer for a retinue of powerful mentors, speakers, panellists and chairpersons attending the conference.

To register for individual or organisational participation, resumes showing work and achievements in areas of leadership should be sent to Interested candidates may also call 08099263734. 

The Emerging Leaders Conference is an initiative of Guardians of the Nation International (GOTNI), a non-profit organization based in Abuja, Nigeria which I've been volunteering for almost a decade now.


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