Ik Anyanwu urges South East youths to be agents of Change as Arise Afrika is Unveiled
A social commentator and publisher of Arise Afrika Magazine, IK Anyanwu has urged South East youths to be agents of Change.
The leadership blogger, event / media Consultant and Human Resources Specialist, made the call during Imo at 40 commemorative Lecture held at Concorde Hotel Owerri. He called on the
youths to become self reliant instead of looking for white collar jobs. This is coming at the heels of the official launch of Arise Afrika Magazine which would be unveiled on the 26th of November at Rock View Hotel as w
youths from the south east has lend their support towards the success of the event which will be attracting participation of high profile guests, from across the south east.
He called on youth involvement and active participation in developing their talents instead of looking for white collar jobs that are nonexistent, due to the harsh economic conditions in the country. The launch would also be a platform to brain storm, which will include cultural exhibitions, African Fashion show, Comedy, Talk show,
As Arise Afrka Magazine is unveiled to the general public. A civic gathering will be held to feature technocrats, educationists, captains of industries, civil society leaders , opinion molders and the general society in a discussion that will that will elicit thinking for self sustenance.
The theme: Analysing the future of south east socio-political persuasion in today\’s Nigeria; the way forward will be on Arise Afrika Magazine.
Topic for discussion at the unveiling *Power of Vision & Enterprise, Thiniking beyound you