So, where would you be on the 19th of January, 2013?
As for me, I would be at the Prof. Pat Utomi’s Centre for Values and Leadership (CVL) role model forum both as a speaker and student.
Personally, I love to learn from great minds because no matter how smart you think you are, you can never know it all. So, would you
please accept my special invitation to attend the role model event at no cost whatsoever?
One of the keys to being and staying successful is to make sure you live a life of constant learning. Read what Fola Adeola of GTBank fame says about being a student here. You will see why you need to grab events like this with both hands.
I am happy and honoured that I sharing a bit of my story at the event – it happens to be the very first speaking engagement of this year. Remember, my 365 days, 100 Goals summit?
This is indeed huge for me and all glory goes back to God. So its 1 down, 99 to go 🙂 Goal setting is powerful, just go on and give it a try starting today!
Profile of the other Speakers?
1. Gbenga Oyebode
Managing Partner of Aluko and Oyebode, one of the largest integrated law firms in Nigeria, with offices in Lagos, Abuja and Port-harcourt. He was admitted as a Barrister and solicitor of the supreme court of Nigeria in June 1980 and in November 1983 as an attorney-at-law of the Supreme Court of the New York State. A fellow of the Chartered institute of Arbitrators (Uk) and the Nigerian Leadership Initiative, who was conferred with one of Nigeria’s highest honours, the Member of the order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2000.
Mr. Oyebode sits on the Africa Advisory Committee of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and serves on the board of MTN Nig. Ltd He is also Chairman, Access Bank PLC and Okomu Oil palm Company.
2. Chukwuemeka Ndu
A Chartered Accountant and Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of C&I Leasing Plc, was until June 2000 the Chairman of the Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN). Mr. Emeka Ndu acquired auditing and consulting experience with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, prior to establishing C&I with a group of investors.
Mr. Ndu had worked for the Ibru Group, as Group Finance Manager of the Fishing Group and Ventures & Trusts Ltd., a venture capital company, as an investment executive. Mr. Ndu has served as the Chairman of the Shipping and Marine Services Sub-Committee of the National Consultative Forum set up by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (National Content Division) to promote indigenous content in the Nigerian oil & gas industry. He has also served as Chairman on a similar committee set up by the Nigeria Maritime and Safety Administration (NIMASA).
Details of this Month’s Role Model Forum
Date: 19th of January 2013
Venue: CVL Building, 6 Balarabe Musa Crescent, Off Samuel Manuwa Street, by 1004 Flats, Victoria Island, Lagos
Attendance is free and only 100 seats are available. So secure your seat now by emailing or texting: 08089597725 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, email, organization, position, contact address and phone number.
Don’t you think it is a cool Opportunity?
I am blessed with spotting good opportunities and I can tell you straight up that the CVL’s monthly role model forum is a cool opportunity. It doesn’t just stop with hearing successful folks tell their stories, you can also ask them challenging questions.
I remember at the last role model forum, a participant asked Tonye Cole of Sahara Energy how he handles the issue of bribery and corruption in the Oil & Gas sector since he is preaching integrity?
Trust me when I say this is one event you cannot and should not miss for any reason except of course it is totally beyond your control. So, would you be attending? I love to hear from you, so feel free to use the comment box below.