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Ozuzu Promise

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From the resent happenings, is like the Nigeria leadership of the IYC (Promise & co) is playing politics with all its members. The last time i checked, this council is not limited to 5 or 6…Continue

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Started by PROMISE EMENIKE ONOZIE. Last reply by Micheal A. Ogunshola May 23, 2017.

A National Meeting for all IYC Members, Nigeria chapter 14 Replies

Hello fellow comrades, I am of the belief that the IYC is for a great purpose, the Nigeria chapter has been too silent in recent times. Let's all identify ourselves and chart a course towards a…Continue

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Started by Daniel Falonipe. Last reply by Micheal A. Ogunshola Jan 6, 2016.


Fellow Nigerian Youths,The Department of Theatre and Performing Arts, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria has over the last few years attempted through some of its academic programmes to give an expression…Continue

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Started by AmanamHillary Udofia Umo-Udofia Jun 24, 2014.




Started by Ewunee Confidence Dumka. Last reply by PROMISE EMENIKE ONOZIE Nov 12, 2013.

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Comment by Adeyemi Ajiboye on July 4, 2013 at 7:39pm

Good day everyone, pls how do i connect with IYC members in Nigeria?

Comment by Ukwa, Chima Onwuka on June 25, 2013 at 1:44pm

when is this years National Congress coming Up?

Comment by AMINU Lookman Enitan on May 21, 2013 at 10:05am

The event on the Global Girls in ICT Day tagged "Explore Science + Global Girls in ICT Day" witness some dignitaries from the ICT industry, Ministries, Department and Agencies of Government (MDAs), school administrators, youths and students alike.

Before I begin to mention names, i would want you to visit Luqcom Informatics Official Page to read speeches and view the pics.

Many had of the IYC for the first time in Nigeria via the event. Also in a news posted by the government on her website, partners of Luqcom Informatics which included the IYC were acknowledged.

Comment by AMINU Lookman Enitan on May 21, 2013 at 9:50am

as part of the project for the facilitation and actualization of the Millennium Development Goals, The International Telecommunications Union called on stakeholders in the ICT sector to join hands and organized an event on April 25 to encourage girls to involve themselves in the ICT.

Sequel to this, some organizations decided to take the bull by the horn which Included one of ours.

My own firm Luqcom Informatics "Luqcom Informatics Official Facebook Page" decided to take up the responsibility of organizing the event for the Global Girls in ICT Day on April 25th in which the conference involvement officer and Finyinfunoluwa was informed. Details (such as pics and speeches) of the event is posted on my official facebook page.

IYC was noted as a partner in organizing the event.

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Comment by Nwachukwu Kelechukwu Lucky on April 11, 2013 at 5:14am
Who are IYC'S Delegates to ICASA Conference?
Comment by Ukwa, Chima Onwuka on April 10, 2013 at 12:23pm

Most of you might be thinking what has been going on with me recently, well i have been working on a couple of projects but so far, i didn't forget my promise to the Ladies last year about the ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE GIRL CHILD PROJECT, which is geared at giving every female youth the right to participate in decision making for nation building and global transformation.Political crises has been a major global concern, although some measures has been ascertained, the implementation of these measures seemed impossible because of the negligence of the opinions of women, due to believes that women have nothing to contribute and offer to bring redress to the political crises.
Taking the little political contributions of women in the past and present as a major case study, it will be observed that they have played key roles to address political crises within and outside the country. That signifies that, if given more opportunities to serve, would be the answer to global and national political crises.
Women have taken and recorded bold steps, in the past and present, nationally and internationally, to make their voice heard, and it will be lugubrious if these efforts, made by some great female icons are forgotten. ladies and gentlemen i present THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE GIRL CHILD INITIATIVE.

Comment by HASSUMAIL ABDUL on April 9, 2013 at 6:28pm

All the stake holders in IYC Nigerian chapter has to do everything in their midst to mobilize the youth with adequate awareness and information about existence of IYC in Nigeria so that it can reach all 774 LGs and 36 states respectively.       

Comment by Micheal A. Ogunshola on April 9, 2013 at 3:14pm
The next morning, i tried to make some calls, but i couldn't find my phone. I took my wife's phone and saw tons of messages sent from my phone asking me to call back, that my phone was found on the road. I hurriedly called my phone back and got a man on the line. He told me he had been calling my wife's number since yesterday night but that she wasn't picking her calls. I apologized and told him that she put her phone in silent to avoid disturbances while sleeping. I went to reclaim my phone, i thanked the man and offered him a few naira, but he rejected it saying, i shouldn't worry.

Since it was election time, i went to the polling booth nearest to me to carry out my constitutional duties. I saw only people of voting age there, everywhere was peaceful and the security agents there were merely putting up appearances as they were just chatting with the voters. I voted for the candidate of my choice and left. The next morning, i heard that the election results were out and that the runners-up and winner were having lunch together. I turned on my T.V set and saw for myself, in fact, they weren't just eating, a healthy conversation was going on. The winner of the presidential election asked the runners-up to advice him as to how to effectively run the country and they all sat together to discuss on how to sustain the massive success the country has been witnessing.

To my surprise, Lionel Messi is pleading and competing to sign contract with Eyimba of Aba or Kano Pillars.

The next day, the foreign media said that the American president has laid some rules down for Nigeria to follow, failure to do that will amount to severing of diplomatic ties. The Nigerian president replied 30 minutes after, he told the American president to go to hell and that he won't allow his country to be ruled by foreign and anti-masses policies.

I remembered that i hadn't completed my weekly hours of work mandatory for all Nigerians, i got there and saw the president dusting his trouser, he had just finished cutting the grass where he was assigned to work. I greeted him and he told me that he's expecting month end, that his monthly allowance had nearly finished, since he was also collecting the minimum wage being paid to the workers.

"Huum..." I woke up with a jolt slapping my ears, these mosquitoes again. So I have been dreaming. I was sweating profusely, there's no light. I stood up to take my bath, no water. I turned on my transistor radio, i heard them saying Boko haram has started again, and that robbers have killed 13 people. Oh God!
Enough of these!!!


-Amb.Micheal A. Ogunshola
Comment by Micheal A. Ogunshola on April 9, 2013 at 3:13pm


Before going to bed, i had to eat something. I opened the fridge and yes, all the things in my fridge had turned to block; the light had been on for 8 years without going off. I finished eating and went to bed. Oh I have to reduce the speed of this fan, the voltage is so high.

I woke up very early in the morning to the sound of classical music. I casually strolled into the bathroom. Oh! the cold is too much this morning, i turned on the hot-water tap. While towelling myself dry, i turned on the radio and heard the presenter speaking of how Nigeria is now one of the most developed countries in the world and how the Nigerian president yesterday declared his asset and all he had to boast of was N20 million naira and a duplex in his village.

I finished dressing up and took my time to eat. I had no reason to rush, afterall the road is always free and there are no potholes.

On the way, i saw a few policemen patrolling and I greeted them. I stopped to chat with them for a few minutes after which i drove off laughing.

In my workplace, i saw some people loitering in the waiting room and discovered they were here to be interviewed. I saw the son of the permanent secretary. I also saw a young man with tattered shoes and patched-up trouser; he graduated recently from one of the government universities, but everyone could testify to the fact that he's brilliant.

While going home that day, i saw the man with the tattered shoes smiling and i asked him why. "Sir, i've been given the job." "What! What of the Permanent secretary's son, didn't his father call beforehand?" "No" the man said, "He didn't"

That evening, i went out to play in the neighborhood, i saw Adamu and Obinna discussing the recent trend in the country, of how Mallam Danjuma is now the governor of Rivers state, Senator Abifarin Oluwafemi is now the governor in Borno state, Mr Chijioke Godffrey is now the governor of Oyo state.

I decided that since i had a lot of time on my hands, i should make a quick stop in the hospital to make a few checkups. I went to the Cancer treatment Hospital, after making sure i was cancer-free, i visited the HIV/AIDS Checkup Centre and I was well attended to with world-class equipments, i even saw the mother of the vice-president there.

From there, i saw Hope of Salvation Church and Egbe Alasalatu Islamic house holding a joint prayer for continuous peace in the community. I saw the pastor and Imam consulting on the prayer points. I stayed for a few minutes and then left.
Comment by Micheal A. Ogunshola on April 9, 2013 at 3:08pm
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