A Civil Society Organisation, CSO, known as the African Centre for Leadership, Strategy & Development, Centre LSD, is tired of the present political rulership situation and has placed the responsibility upon itself to train graduates for this position.
While the grooming of prospective leaders had been ongoing for years now, the organisation took another set of students from its Leadership School for the aforementioned purpose.
According to the Centre, the graduation of a recent set that has undergone the rigorous rulership polishing procedure, it signifies the 16th graduation ceremony of the leadership school of the Abuja Centre.
They pointed out that the occasion also doubles as Centre LSD 16th Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, KAS Bi-annual leadership lecture.
The statement by Victoria Oseyande Udoh, the Director, of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning of the Centre, revealed that the recent graduation ceremony demonstrates consistency and determination of the Centre to raise the frontier of leaders and leadership development in Nigeria.
According to her, for the past twelve years, the Centre LSD Leadership School has been at the forefront of training Nigerians to become strategic leaders who will be able to envision the future and help to map out strategies on how to get there.