Nigerians executing their own towards national development. In continuation of the passion and image branding of Nigeria, the serial entrepreneur, Mr. Alistair Soyode is launching another products and services. In line with today’s Nigeria Independence Day at 54, Alistair and his company decided to offer hundreds pairs of his Shoe Trainers to any Nigerian wishing to have them. The trainers are produced in green and white colours of Nigeria and were officially launched by the Nigeria High Commissioner UK, Dr. Dalhatu Sarki Tafida OFR.
In the same vein, launching for the first time the most populous black nation in the World and number one economy in Africa, her own book of records. Nigeria as a nation lacked the resources where information about the first, innovators, scientist, record breakers and record setup can be found. The major countries in the World have their in line with the World Guinness Book of Records. Finally, Nigeria on her 54th Independence Day has her one. Submissions have already been received and submitted by Nigerians across the World. The website is at www.nigeriabookofrecords.com.
On the Final release by the man is the launch of the global International Mentoring Corp. The Corp. Scheme is supported by the Ambassador at Large HE Dr. Bamanga Tukur. In his speech, Dr. Tukur, said, the Mentoring scheme is what Nigeria needs to empower the youths and upcoming leaders by Nigerians in Diaspora and their professionals. This will be an added bonus to mentor millions in Nigerians.” Dr Bamanga Tukur added that the Federal government of Nigeria is very pleased with such initiative and called on other professionals to support and join the scheme. www.nidmecorp.com
Dr. Bamanga Tukur with NIDMECORP Members and Founder
The Minister of Education Hon. Ibrahim Shekarau commended the efforts and promised that the Education ministry is fully in support of the scheme and welcomes their input in mentoring students across the nation.
The Nigerian High Commissioner to United Kingdom, Sen. Dalhatu Tafida, volunteered his time to mentor many would be politicians. “I am happy to share my experience with the Diaspora going into active politics in Nigeria.
What they may have learnt here in the UK is important for the development of our democratic systems which is what we share and encourage them to practice when in Nigeria.
“The only thing I know apart from where I am is Nigeria. I am happy to continue in the believe that Nigeria can only be great if we contribute in our small ways things that can be done to change our nation for the best. We welcome more support in terms of effective policies to provide enabling factors that provides avenue for Diaspora engagement at national level. The House of Reps Chair on Diaspora Committee, Hon Abike Dabiri is our contact leader” – Mr Soyode added.
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