By CrossRiverWatch admin
Renowned rights activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana and the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda to Nigeria, Ambassador Stanislas Kamanzi, have been named as guests in a youth mentorship program billed to hold in Calabar on 10th and 21st of April, 2016.
The event with the theme “Building A Greater Tomorrow For Youths Of Cross River State: Discovering and Implementing Life Tips For Successful Living” is targeted at students and other young persons in the state with a view to engaging them in an intellectual discourse with focus on improving their life skills.
The governor of the State, Senator Ben Ayade is also expected to be the Guest of Honor at the program and will also be engaging the youths along with several other dignitaries from across the federation and within the state.
According to a statement by Governor Ayade’s aide on Students and Youth Mobilization, Mr. Mike Abuo, who is the coordinator of the program, “The essence of this initiative is to gainfully engage youths/students of the state into productive thinking and living while also providing opportunity for networking of like minds.
“This platform will be utilized too as a means of campaigning and sensitizing against social vices and deepening of the state back to book initiative; an initiative that seeks to ensure rejuvenation of reading habit amongst youths/students in the state.”
The event is billed for Channel View hotel and the Women Development Center in Calabar.
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