By: Adetula Josephine
A graduate of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, Adesola Ikulajolu has been chosen for Nigeria Prize for Leadership Ambassador Programme (NLP-ALP).
Mr. Ikulajolu is a recent graduate from the university’s department of Mass Communication. He was the 2019/2020 President of the department and also served as the Editor-in-chief of Echo newspaper.
Ambassadors Leadership Programme (ALP) is an initiative to teach, train and imbibe into young minds that culture of leadership through various sessions.
The Nigerian Prize for Leadership is to identify what leadership means to Nigerians. It is an initiative being promoted by some eminent elder statesmen and women.
The Prize is to recognize outstanding acts of leadership, based on clearly defined Nigerian paradigm, at various levels of society, and human interest. It is open to all Nigerians and will be presented to the most qualified, selected based on approved criteria and guidelines.
According to the mail sent to Mr. Ikulajolu, “ALP 2021 will be hosted in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, from Sunday, November 14 to Monday, December 13, 2021.”
The mail further congratulated him for being selected for the programme, where he would join other selected ambassadors from other states.
In an interview with Mr. Ikulajolu, he said that “Getting to know that I was selected for the Nigeria Prize for Leadership Ambassador Programme is heartwarming for me.
This is a time to contribute to the leadership system in Nigeria. I’m glad and happy. Looking to connect with great minds and fellow ambassadors.”
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