J.J. Omojuwa, Austin Izagbo, Mayor Esiaba, others to speak at 2015 edition of Future Leadership Conference


Socio-economic,political commentator and social media expert, Japhet Omojuwa is one of
those to speak at the 2015 edition of the “Future Leadership Conference”, slated to hold at the main auditorium of the University of Lagos, on October 15 by 9am.

The conference which is an annual
gathering of young people is a Youth Empowerment Initiative of the “Ambassador Radio show” of Unilag FM.

According to the organizers, “the core essence of this conference extends beyond mere [socializing]
to include; Inspiration and Motivation of the participants with success stories of guest speakers
as well as raising high quality intellectuals with possession of holistic skill set for favorable global competitiveness. Our strategy is to bring together a
mix of personalities from the intellectual class, a crop of blossoming entrepreneurs and
entertainment gurus to spur the participants to put on their thinking caps and be problem-solvers”.

“This year’s Future Leadership Conference 3.0 special focus includes leading growth and
innovation, thriving amidst uncertainty, and building
enduring organizations; drawing on the experience of people who have led in diverse ways and
settings, our annual conferences seek to identify the personal and organizational capacities that
leaders will need and the steps that organizations can best take to build these capacities throughout
the enterprise”, the statement further reads.

Other speakers expected at the conference include, Dr. Austin Izagbo, Chairman, Caniz group, former Delta State Commissioner for Youth and Sports; Mayor Esiaba, Microsoft West Africa Marketing Campaigns, Activations, & Digital Marketing Lead, among others and it’s expected to draw young people from various walks of life.

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