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GOTNI Unveils Plans to Give Volunteers a Writing platform in the #GOTNIBloggers



One of the ways to imbibe leadership ethics and education as well as spread leadership influence is by written articles online. Guardians of the Nation International (GOTNI) have unveiled a spanking new blog site on this platform to give emerging leaders a platform to be heard. 

The blog site is at www.gotni.org/blog and will feature opinions, experiences and case studies as well as profiles of leaders in different capacities. Looking at the viral nature of blogs and its significance especially in Nigeria, the #GOTNIBloggers drawn from all walks of life will provide a robust educative content that will reorient Nigerians, African youths, and people across the world. 

Blog writing applications are open to young writers/bloggers with passion for leadership development and good governance in any country. Interested applicants are to send their articles in no more than 250 words to cbmr@gotni.org. Pictures and a brief bio of the writer must accompany the email.

 #GOTNIBloggers ...blogging for change.

Biko, don't ask me how this is business news, I am paid to publish this. Lolz...Una doh.

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