HOPE FOR NIGERIA 2018: Nigeria Economy A Major Focus As Countdown Continues! - Abuja Press

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HOPE FOR NIGERIA 2018: Nigeria Economy A Major Focus As Countdown Continues!

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It is imperative to note that there is Hope For Nigeria, with major focus on our economy. Why do we affirm Hope For Nigeria?
·        We affirm Hope for Nigeria, because we are a powerful nation with foresight, energy and passion to thrive.
·        We affirm Hope for Nigeria, because our land is green with potent seeds, sown by our heroes past.
·        We affirm Hope for Nigeria, because we are a creative people with golden ideas.
As a nation, we must increase our value for life, celebrate creativity not mediocrity, and constantly invest in human capital through golden ideas. One of which is NIGERIA'S GOLDEN ORATOR Project, which was launched in 2017 by GOLDEN STARDOM to restore Hope for Nigeria. The impact project had three stages including: Presentation of HOPE FOR NIGERIA, Movement of HOPE FOR NIGERIA and Awards of HOPE FOR NIGERIA.

PRESENTATION OF HOPE: During this event, twenty consultants from various sectors were presented as Golden speakers of Hope For Nigeria. They were saddled with the responsibility to Polish, Mentor, Endorse and Power golden ideas of intellectual Nigerians, within the space of one year of their humanitarian service.
The speakers are; Mr Amson Adeleke (Educational Sector), Mr Oladele Agbabiyi (Automobile Sector), Mr Lucky Amiwero (Maritime Sector), Mr Soyinka Sonuga (Manufacturing Sector), Prince Godswill Edwards(Aviation Sector), Amb. Chris Odey (Telecommunications Sector), Mr Wale Samson (Entertainment Sector), Mr Colins Nwosu (Store & Retail Sector), Mr Opeseitan Idowu (Banking & Finance Sector), Ms Victoria Mamza (Mining & Agricultural Sector), Mr Alfred Ogar (Mobile & ICT Sector), Mr Fregene A. Daniel (Oil & Gas Sector), Mr Gbenga Onitilo (Tourism & Hospitality Sector), Dr Ademola Ayodele (Health & Pharmaceutical Sector), Mr Babs Fagade (Media & Advertising Sector), Amb. Jonathan Daniel (Real Estate & Surveyor Sector), Mr Sam Sodje (Sports & Games Sector), Mr Jaiye Owolabi (Fashion & Style Sector), Ms Emmanuel Winifred (Food & Beverages Sector), Ed Ugochukwu Onuoka Esq (Law Enforcement & Defence Sector).

MOVEMENT OF HOPE: At the Movement of Hope For Nigeria, NIGERIA'S GOLDEN INDEPENDENCE CUP & EXHIBITION was staged to drive the movement of hope. Eight Multinational brands in Nigeria were nominated as brands of hope, representing various sectors in Nigeria. These brands are:
FIRSTBANK (Banking Sector), NUMATVILLE (Real Estate Sector), TECNO MOBILE (Mobile & ICT Sector), SAHARA GROUP (Oil & Gas Sector), DANGOTE GROUP (Manufacturing Sector), THE NIGERIA POLICE (Defence & Law Enforcement Sector), SHOPRITE NIGERIA (Retail Sector), PEPSI NIGERIA (Food & Beverages Sector).
During this movement, THE NIGERIA POLICE & NUMATVILLE Played at the football finals, staged at AGEGE STADIUM, Lagos State. The Nigeria Police won the tournament by 6-5 in a penalty shootout. The last phase of the movement includes an exchange of business values among the Brands of Hope For Nigeria, which runs through 1st January- 1st October 2018. Afterwards, nominated Brands of Hope For 2018 would commence movement towards restoring Hope For Nigeria.

AWARDS OF HOPE: THE NIGERIA POLICE, was awarded Brand of Hope For Nigeria 2017 at NIGERIA'S GOLDEN AWARDS, affirming the commission as first amongst equal. DCP Ayuba Elkanah alongside SP Chike Oti and ASP Folarin Olabode received the award on behalf of the Police Force. The award was presented at the Lagos State Police Command, on 15th December 2017, by Noble Eze Oluchukwu (Head Corporate Affairs for GOLDEN STARDOM), alongside delegates from the platform. 

N.B: Golden Speakers of Hope For Nigeria, are open for consultations in line with their sectors from January 2018. Connect with them through The Corporate Affairs, for  Mentorship, Trainings, Speaking Engagement, Endorsement, Polish and exploration of Golden Business Ideas. 
There is #hopefornigeria
 
This report was compiled by The Corporate Affairs of GOLDEN STARDOM, headed by Noble Eze Oluchukwu.

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