Haashim Initiative for Community Advancement (HICA), the organiser of the Countryside Emerging Leaders Fellowship (CELF), has said that a list of facilitators at the third edition of the fellowship will be unveiled on Monday.
According to a statement, the current edition will feature award-winning entrepreneurs, university dons as well as environmental activists who will be making their debut in the fellowship.
The statement added further that preparations are in top gear to make the programme a huge success as a World Bank executive, Engineer Tunji Adebayo will be hosted as the Master of Craft in this year’s edition. The goal of the Master of Craft Chat, the statement added, is to provide impactful experience for the fellows to learn from successful individuals as facilitators.
Top on the list of the facilitators are the Acting General Manager of the Kwara State Social Investment Programmes (KWASSIPs), Mr Abdulqowiyu Olododo; the Chief Operations Officer of Waste Bazaar Nigeria, Mr Victor Temitope Amusa; youth development advocate, Mr Seun Awogbenle; and the Chief Executive Officer of Plat Technologies, Engineer Taofik Abdulkareem.
Others are the Orator of the Al-Hikhmah University, Dr Sanusi Lafiagi; Senior Research Officer, National Cereals Research Institute, Bacita, Mr. Mumeen Abioye; and Dr Fatai Akosile of the Centre for Community Development, Kwara State University, Malete.
Founder and Executive Director, Brain Builders Youth Development Initiative, Mr Abideen Olasupo, a Russia-based medical practitioner, Dr. Mustapha Muhammad Jamiu, a girl-child education campaigner, Miss Mustapha Toyyibah are among facilitators whose sessions will be delivered virtually.
This list also includes Mrs Fasilat Abdulrafiu of the Department of Environmental Management and Toxicology, Kwara State University, Malete; Anti-drug abuse campaigner, Mrs Grace Aliyu; Mrs Medinat Oladotun-Adigun of Trendspack Limited; Founder and Executive Director of the Eagles Foundation, Barrister Titi Anifowoshe; Programmes Director, Grand-Charity Youth Development, Ms Haleemah Gegele, among others.