Senator Rose Oko, representing Cross River North in the Senate, Jude Ngaji, State security adviser to Cross River Governor Ben Ayade, Alphonsus Ogar Eba, Director-general Cross River State Due Process and Price Intelligence Bureau and Hon Gabriel Oluohu Bravo, AMAC supervisory councilor for health amongst other top Yala Local Government Area illustrious sons and daughters will attend the Project 1000 conference.
Other invited leaders, who are expected at the event include the former minister of environment, Chief John Odey, the member of parliament representing Ogoja/Yala federal constituency, Hon Jarigbe Agom.
The conference, which is put together by a community service development service team under the aegis of Impact Foundation For Youth Development tagged Project 1000 holds in Abuja on Saturday at Jades Hotel.
The conference will be chaired by, the DG Ogar Eba and papers on various topical issues as well as good will messages will be delivered by the invited guests. This is expected to attract hundreds of urban professional Yala sons and daughter residing in the Nation’s Capital city of Abuja.
It would be recalled that the development service team led by its mobilisation manager, Tony Ochelebe who disclosed this to LEADERSHIP in an exclusive chat said, stakeholders from all levels of government will witness the conference in Abuja tomorrow, Calabar August 7, and Okuku Yala, on August 28, 2018 respectively.
Ochelebe said the Project1000 which continues to operate an open door policy is geared towards getting the young people of Yala in Cross River State to work on exciting community service projects with one another that would foster peace and strengthen the bond amongst the different clans.
He stated that the aim of the conference is to restore lost bond, prioritise the needs of the people and create an enabling environment for youths in various fields.
He also noted that the Project 1000 is a solution driven forum development which identifies the need of the people per time and guide their aspirants to work with a blue print.
He commended LEADERSHIP Newspapers for lending her voice to issues of community development, human right, social justice, thus making the society better.
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