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African British Group, IGLSA Sign MoU Agreement To Network, Ensure Sustainabilities In Leadership, And Business Growth Movement

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African British Group (ABG) and the Institute for Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA) have signed a memorandum of agreement to strategically take its annual conferences and exhibitions to the next level in the global village and networking to ensure sustainabilities.

African British Group consist of several companies Institute, Consulting Firm.

Chairman African British Group, Otunba Jafaru Braimoh stated that “We have come together to become the giant trainers of specific industries, we will continue to companies in the world through ou institute and using this one method to massively scale up their businesses and build leadership movements.”

“Our collaboration is not just to train any movement but will train on new innovative strategies with their teams and systems that have taken the world by storm. We will introduce to them the framework and model on how to build existing businesses and also start up newly owned businesses of our applicant.”

Mr. Lanre Adebayo, Director-General IGLSA said: “Applicants will be trained wherever they have made a mistake that is keeping them from becoming a person of influence or from maximizing their influence through our leadership training, policy reforms while promoting good governance in Africa.

He further said “Captain of industries will discover how they can increase their influence, thereby rising to the top 10 percent in their industries or nation, and how that will transform their career and finances. You’ll learn how to build and use your influence in a way that will radically increase your capacity to achieve success and change your world. If you are ready to start building influence to make change build successes in your business then learn the secrets of movement-based leadership training.
 
African British Institute in collaboration with the Institute for Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA) will host hundreds of mission-driven entrepreneurs on ‘How to Build a Leadership Movement Challenge Training’.

The Institute for Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA) is an international non-State intellectual and Professional Resource Centre established as a concerted and constructive response to challenges of African development. 

African British Group, IGLSA Sign MOU Agreement To Network And Ensure Sustainabilities
Left-Right: Alhaji Bashir Nuradden, Group Managing Director African British Group; Mr. Lanre Adebayo, Ph.D, Director General of Institute For Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA); and Otunba Jafaru Braimoh, Chairman African British Group after signing the MOU agreement on Monday 28th March 2022.
African British Group, IGLSA Sign MOU Agreement To Network And Ensure Sustainabilities
Otunba Jafaru Braimoh, Chairman African British Group.
African British Group, IGLSA Sign MOU Agreement To Network And Ensure Sustainabilities
Left-Right: Alhaji Bashir Nuradden, Group Managing Director African British Group; Mr. Lanre Adebayo, Ph.D, Director General of Institute For Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA); and Otunba Jafaru Braimoh, Chairman African British Group after signing the MOU agreement on Monday 28th March 2022.
African British Group, IGLSA Sign MOU Agreement To Network And Ensure Sustainabilities
Left-Right: Alhaji Bashir Nuradden, Group Managing Director African British Group; Mr. Lanre Adebayo, Ph.D, Director General of Institute For Governance and Leadership Studies in Africa (IGLSA); and Otunba Jafaru Braimoh, Chairman African British Group after signing the MOU agreement on Monday 28th March 2022.

The multi-disciplinary center, the IGLSA attempts to address some of the skills gaps that may have impeded development in Africa with the primary aim of enhancing the Continent’s capacity to harness its enormous potential. 

The paradox of Africa is the pervasive poverty and poor infrastructure in the midst of an almost limitless human and material resource base.

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Alliance For Youth Nigeria Equips Youth Across The Country For Employment

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…Alliance for Youth Nigeria is investing in young Nigerians, equipping
them with the right skills, and information to thrive and succeed in the world of work – Uwadoka

Olushola Okunlade Writes 

Alliance for Youth Nigeria equips youth across the country for employment

Over 200 fresh graduates across Nigeria have received employability skills training facilitated by the Alliance for Youth Nigeria. The training comprised Building Winning Resumes, Career Positioning, Personal Brand Marketing, Personal Effectiveness, Time
Management, and Starting the Career Journey among others.

In addition, the best performers will benefit from internship and mentoring opportunities in the six companies that form part of the Alliance. At the end of the training, some participants of the training also had the unique opportunity of partaking in job interviews and placements, progressing on their career journeys.

Alliance For Youth Nigeria Equips Youth Across The Country For Employment
Left-Right: Mrs. Omomene Odike, CEO, U-Connect Human Resources Limited Edidiong Peters, Public Affairs Specialist, Nestlé Nigeria PLC Victoria Uwadoka, Corporate Communications, and Public Affairs Manager, Nestlé Nigeria PLC; Second Row Left-Right: Oyinlola Lawal, Youth Engagement Analyst, Jobberman Nigeria Damilola Odubanjo, Learning, and Development Associate, Jobberman Nigeria Olugbenga Alabi, Category and Marketing Manager, Coffee, Nestlé Nigeria PLC Uche Aso, Head, Learning and Development, U-Connect Human Resources Limited Lanre Coleman, Head, Recruitment and Outsourcing, U-Connect Human Resources Limited.
Alliance For Youth Nigeria Equips Youth Across The Country For Employment

Launched in August 2021, the Alliance is a business-driven movement of organizations passionate about working together to help young people around the country get the necessary skills to thrive in the world of work. Members of the Alliance for Youth Nigeria include Nestlé Nigeria, Jobberman Nigeria, Sterling One Foundation, Big Bottling Company, the United Nations Global Compact Network Nigeria, and U-Connect HR Limited, with Lagos State Employment Trust Fund and Activate Success International as partner organizations.

The member and partner organizations have positioned themselves to invest in joint and individual projects to give young Nigerians meaningful work experience, internships, readiness-for-work training, and mentoring opportunities in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 8 – to promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all by 2030.

The employability skills training is one of the projects of the Alliance designed to meet the target of reaching more than 250,000 young Nigerians with employability and entrepreneurial skills to enable them to secure gainful employment or set up businesses of their own within 3 years. This objective, which was announced during the launch of the Alliance, is in line with their commitment to work together to address the challenges of youth unemployment in the country with the associated social and economic impact.

Alliance For Youth Nigeria Equips Youth Across The Country For Employment
Tosin Babasanya-Craig, Country Manager, Performance Fact Inc. facilitating one of the Alliance for Youth Nigeria sessions to equip youth across the country for employment.

Speaking at the opening session of the training, Victoria Uwadoka, Corporate Communications, and Public Affairs Manager, Nestlé Nigeria PLC said, “I am delighted that yet again, the Alliance for Youth Nigeria is investing in young Nigerians, equipping
them with the right skills and information to thrive and succeed in the world of work. At Nestlé, we believe that society cannot thrive if we fail to offer a future for the young generations. The Alliance will continue to work together with other stakeholders in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 8 in fulfilling the huge target we
have committed to and I encourage young people around the country to take advantage of the available opportunities”.

Also speaking at the training, Mrs. Omomene Odike, CEO U-Connect Human Resources Limited, congratulated the youth for their interest and dedication to achieving their career and business goals demonstrated by their participation in the training. She further highlighted the value-adding opportunity of job interviews and placements provided by her organization for participants of the training, urging them to take maximum advantage of the offer.

According to Innih Ikhide, Youth Engagement, and Learning Manager Jobberman Nigeria, “Jobberman is dedicated to creating increased pathways for young people to access dignified livelihoods for a better Nigeria”.

For Naomi Nwokolo, Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact Network Nigeria, “The active engagement of youth in sustainable development efforts is central to achieving sustainable, inclusive, and stable societies by the year 2030, and averting the worst threats and challenges to sustainable development, including the impacts of unemployment. The beneficiaries of the training have shown a willingness to improve their skills and attain professional development and are now more equipped for successful participation in job recruitment processes”.

On behalf of other participants, Adasa Okandiji, commended the member companies for the excellent upskilling platform provided to equip and better position young Nigerians for a productive career, now and in the future. She expressed her readiness and that of other participants, to fully utilize the value-adding information obtained in creating their desired future. She also called on youth across the country to be deliberate about seeking out and taking advantage of existing opportunities, particularly that provided by the Alliance.

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FBNHoldings Wins “Best Performing Stock And Best Stakeholders’ Communications Of The Year” At NIVA Awards 2022

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FBNHoldings Wins "Best Performing Stock And Best Stakeholders’ Communications Of The Year" At NIVA Awards 2022

…FBNHoldings Plc Wins NIVA Awards

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FBNHoldings Plc has won two awards, Best Performing Stock and Best Stakeholders’ Communications of the Year at the 2022 Nigerian Investor Value Awards (“NIVA”) which was held at Lagos Continental Hotel, Lagos last Saturday, May 14th, 2022.

According to the organizers, “Best Performing Stock and Best Stakeholders’ Communications of the Year Award” was conferred on FBN Holdings Plc for proven the resilience of its business model, and recovery capacity across all verticals it participates in, and strategic opportunism in new growth areas.

This award is in recognition of the indelible contributions of FBNHoldings Plc and its subsidiaries to the economic growth of Nigeria, throughout its 128 years of existence; representing all that is enviable about the financial services industry in Nigeria, reinventing itself to transform into a digital bank with sprawling footprints across the country and Africa.

FBNHoldings Wins "Best Performing Stock And Best Stakeholders’ Communications Of The Year" At NIVA Awards 2022
Left-Right: FBNHoldings Plc’s team at the event, Bode Oguntoke, Head, Internal Audit, FBNH, Opeyemi Okojie, Head, Strategy & Corporate Development, FBNH, Wale Ariyibi, Chief Financial Officer, FBNH receiving the award from Jude Chiemeka, Divisional Head, Capital Markets, Nigerian Exchange Limited, Ogho Okiti, MD/CEO BusinessDay Newspaper, and Simisola Salami, Team Lead, Communications & Shareholders Engagement, Investor Relations FBNHoldings Plc at the year 2022 Nigerian Investor Value Awards which held at Lagos Continental Hotel, Kofo Abayomi Street, Lagos last Saturday.

FBN Holdings Plc has been providing exceptional services to its customers, bringing mainstream banking to Nigeria’s 774 LGAs. Through its Agent Banking Platform, they empower people and transform lives. Its shareholders remain key to its success story and every day it strives to deliver quality returns on its investment whilst strengthening the fundamentals of the business through smart investment in technology, our people, and process. As a business, it also prioritizes Nigeria’s Economic, Social, and Governance practices to ensure the sustainability of the environment.”

The company has won many awards for its portfolio.

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Photo News: LIRS Meets FMCG, Gaming, And Multi-Level Marketing Sector On Deduction Of Withholding Tax On Commission

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Photo News: LIRS Meets FMCG, Gaming, and Multi-level Marketing Sector on Deduction of Withholding Tax on Commission

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Left-Right: Director, New Growth Areas, Mr. Olujimi Aina, Executive Chairman, LIRS, Mr. Ayodele Subair, Managing Director, O. M Associates, Mr. Olufemi Oguntade during a meeting on Deduction of Withholding Tax on Commission with Stakeholders within the FMCG, Gaming and Multi-level Marketing Sector held at Protea Hotel, Alausa, Ikeja on May 12, 2022.

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