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Strategy LEAP Africa, MRS Oil set to engage youth for 2018 TAMS Summit

The professionals will be focusing on youth engagement and empowerment in corporate and public workplaces a priority as a catalyst for national growth.

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Nwuneli, Gbodume set to engage youth for 2018 TAMS Summit play

Top established professionals will be engaging Nigerian youths at the 2018 edition of the TAMS Summit.

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  • LEAP Africa, MRS Oil and Emily Liggett of Stanford University will be engaging Nigerian youths at the 2018 edition of the TAMS Summit.

  • The professionals will be focusing on youth engagement and empowerment in corporate and public workplaces a priority as a catalyst for national growth.


Ndidi Nwuneli of LEAP Africa, Andrew Gbodume of MRS Oil and Emily Liggett of Stanford University will be engaging Nigerian youths at the 2018 edition of the TAMS Summit.

The professionals will be focusing on youth engagement and empowerment in corporate and public workplaces a priority as a catalyst for national growth.

Other professionals that include Fola Tinubu of Primero and Andrew Hanlon of TVC will also be speaking at the summit scheduled for May 17, 2018 at the Agip Recital Hall of the MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos.

Afolabi Abiodun, the convener of the summit and chief architect of the TAMS workforce management solution, explained that this year's theme, “Making Nigeria Work: The Imperative of Youth Engagement and Empowerment in Corporate and Public Workplaces,” is in line with the top professionals expected to engage and speak to youths at the summit.

Abiodun said, “We chose the theme because of the critical role the bulging youth demography plays in the economic growth of Nigeria. So, we felt that by motivating them to work harder, dream bigger and go further in their careers, we will be setting the tone for the future of our country.”

The TAMS Summit 2018 will be conferring the prestigious TAMS Ambassador recognition on top 50 employees out of about 50,000 in over 1200 organisations in Nigeria.

While discussing the rationale for such a large number of awardees, Abiodun enthused: “Our dream of a Great Nigeria is achievable when we all invest in human capital development by creating a team of change agents. The TAMS Ambassadors are imbued with the change culture where they influence their immediate workplace and the larger community to achieve a Nigeria that truly represents our heritage and our future.

The Time Management and Productivity Summit in Nigeria organised by IT powerhouse, SB Telecoms.