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Foundation pledges to contribute toward productive population in Nigeria

by Chinyere Okeke

December 3, 2017 | 12:02 am
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The Ubong Kings Foundation, a non-for-profit organisation, has said it was determined to contribute its quota towards a productive population in Africa in general and Nigeria, in particular.

Ubong King, founder of the Foundation, said this while announcing the maiden edition of ThinkAtion2018, where he said participating youths would attain their full potential in career, finance, health, business and that relationships would also be awakened and propelled.

The founder also said it hopes to raise well-groomed and mentally-alert youths who would take Nigeria and the continent of Africa to the next level.

ThinkAtion2018, King explained, “is a platform that will feature leaders from different walks of life to share experience, insights and secrets that can help people achieve extraordinary impact and accelerate their personal growth trajectory in business and national development.”

He lamented that although Africans, all over the world, are celebrated for being well educated and for high and excellent performances in the educational spheres, “a lot of her communities remain impoverished and underdeveloped.”

 

Chinyere Okeke


by Chinyere Okeke

December 3, 2017 | 12:02 am
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