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Success Africa Tours 7 Regions This Year

Having gained the reputation as the biggest summit for young entrepreneurs and leaders on the continent, SUCCESS AFRICA organisers LEC GROUP has decided to further strengthen the efforts towards transforming lives of several young people who places effort in leadership and entrepreneurship hence the move to expand the roadshow into other regions in Ghana.

In the last 10 years, Success Africa has mobilized efforts as the number one empowerment summit on the African Continent, with main focus of shaping career path of many young people, it also places emphasis on motivation and youth development through it many repute speakers drawn from various industries, who are undoubtedly distinguished as great leaders in their chosen fields.

The LEC GROUP who are also the organisers of  “AFTER SCHOOL WHAT’S NEXT?”, “POSSIBILITIES CONFERENCE” and many other groundbreaking programmes in Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia has proudly contributed to impacting the lives of over 50,000 young people across the continent. The Foundation is headquartered at Accra with several branches in various regions.

This year’s Success Africa being the 11th Edition with a target of 10,000 young people will run under theme, MENTORSHIP; HUB OF GREATNESS, will start on the 7th of October and end on the 14th of November 2017. Touching on the theme, Mr. Albert Kusi the CEO  of LEC GROUP stated  “We are fully aware of the role of Mentorship in the lives of young leaders and entrepreneurs, and as a foundation , we are concerned not only with mentorship but quality mentorship, hence a careful effort to put together this year’s summit”.

With a reputation for bringing on board top notch speakers, this year’s speakers include Bishop Titi Ofei ( General Overseer, Pleasant Place Church), Kojo Addae-Mensah (CEO of Databank Group), Hon. Sam George, Bernard Avle, Petra Asamoah (General Manager Commercial,  Media General Ghana) and  the Convener who was recently named as one of 100 most influential young Africans, Mr. Albert Kusi (CEO of LEC GROUP) and host   of others.

In a press statement issued by the Public Affairs Director of LEC GROUP, Mr. Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo stated , “ the problem in most of our institutions is matter of failed leadership, and as a company , we are poised in line with our mandate to create transformational leaders across the globe, and empower young people to be solution oriented, and this is clear in how we run our programmes, with special break out sections to be handled by experts in specific fields”.

He went futher to give the schedule for the tour, which starts on 7th October, 2017 in Cape Coast, at University of Cape Coast NEC Auditorium, then the team will move to Kumasi on the 13th October,2017 at KNUST Great Hall, the tour will conitinue to the Brong Ahafo Region where it will be hosted at Eusbert Hotel, Sunyani on the 14TH October ,2017 and on 20th October in  Tamale at Radach Hotel before moving to Ho on the 28th October at Ho Tech. University Auditorium,  before moving finally to Accra for the GRANDE FINALLY at Central University’s Trinity Hall on 4th of November 2017 with a special intervention program at WA  UDS campus on the 11th November 2017.

He further encouraged young people to take the opportunity to nurture and develop their dreams during the conference, “the outcome of our conferences remains why we are Africa’s number one , and we will continue to live up to the standards” he added.

Source: Prince Akpah


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