One of my most memorable leadership positions was being elected the President of Uke Udo (Peace Age Grade) in my village. As we emerged from boys to young men, I returned from the university as an undergraduate student, rallying my age grade that it was time we began to find a mission in this community. As the youngest age grade in the categories, we decided to push for 100% primary and secondary school enrollment targets.
We achieved that for all healthy kids; Abia state has about a 95% literacy rate, according to the National Bureau of Statistic Nigeria data. Passion to serve!
That takes me to a man I connected with a few weeks ago when he invited me to speak to the members of Pan African IT Forum. It was a wonderful evening of co-learning on technology, business and Africa.
Today, Suraj Ajisebutu CISA CISM CISSP CGEIT CRISC COBIT5 is sponsoring 30 people to attend Tekedia Mini-MBA. SURAJ, for your support to our young people, your IT and Cybersecurity business will continue to find new markets.---