Second Chance Foundation is set to host the seventh edition of the Future Leadership Awards with the theme, African Edition on October 28 at Victoria Island, Lagos.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the foundation, Mark Idiahi, said: “True leadership is the passion to develop people and ideas and we have dedicated this year’s conference to motivate Nigerian youths to actively participate in the democratic process, register for the election, and cast their votes.”
Idahi disclosed during the conference that the foundation will unveil a Pan-African magazine with major focus on changing the age long narrative.
“Leadership, in its simplest form, is the act of leading people from a certain point to another. It is a process of influencing their vision, drive and ambition. It also entails helping them possess a better perspective they have of themselves. People will be inspired, motivated and challenged in the face of great leadership.
“This year’s edition will feature seasoned speakers and industry leaders across the globe like Alibaba, Sola Oyegbade, Pacqueens Irabor, Abimbola Adebakin, Goriola Erogbogbo, Johnson Abbaly, Lucy Surhyel Newman, Francis Kelechi Nwaneri, Ituah Ighodalo and Jamie Pajoel, among others.”