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PhotoSpeak: Leadership At the Cinema with Linus Okorie Hosted by the Guardians of the Nation International, YALI Network and other Brands

So I stepped out to attend the Leadership at the Cinema event hosted by Guardians of the Nation International. The event featured the movie "Men Who Built America" The Andre Carnegie story and the Mentor of the day, Linus Okorie taught the 3Cs of Enterprise leadership in a topic he called 'The Power of Enterprise: Leading beyond boundaries". The venue was the Genesis Cinema, Ceddi Plaza in  Abuja. 

Enjoy the photo moments.
Your girl with other participants










The surprise video birthday tribute for Mrs Nkiru, the wife to the GOTNI founder, Linus Okorie 



Linus Okorie













Some of the members of the event organising committe, Vivian, Ovo (chairman of planning) and Chinor



Did I mention that I was called upon to give the VOTE OF THANKS? Yes, I was and I delivered. Lol


Book signing moments with Linus Okorie

The Birthday girl, Mrs. Nkiru Linus-Okorie with event organisers

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