Lagos - Empowerment advocate, Abiola Salami, has hailed the period spent in the United States on a Global Leadership Education tour.
He has in the past two months studied various leadership models, governance structures, youth leadership initiatives, innovative civic engagement strategies and interfaith initiatives.
This tour, which was in partial fulfillment of his fellowship under the United States Government’s International Visitors Leadership Programme (IVLP), exposed him to 21 other thought leaders from various countries which includes Algeria, Bolivia, China, Croatia, Georgia, Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Malaysia, Morocco, Palestine, Rwanda, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Tunisia, Trinidad and Tobago and Zimbabwe.
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Abiola had sessions with senior executives of over 50 US-based organisations as well as representatives of organizations from Europe, Middle East and Asia.
“Once again, I am grateful to the US government for this opportunity. The opportunity confers a responsibility on me, more than ever before, to implement all our projects and programmes on a global scale as we inspire young people and women around the world to become champions of change in their families, organisations and communities.”
- CAJ News