In my next world, I would be Nigerian. Our country just like any other state has its own unique challenges. Despite that fact, there are so many of our citizens who extraordinarily makes us proud.
A Nigerian, Ahmed Adamu, has emerged the Chairperson of the Commonwealth Youth Council. Ahmed beat several other delegates from twenty one countries to emerge the winner at a keenly contested election which held on Tuesday Nov. 12th in Hambantota, Sri Lanka.
The Commonwealth Youth Council is the recognized voice of 1.2 billion youths and a Nigerian is the Chairman.
Ahmed Adamu, hails from Kastina State and a graduate of Bayero University Kano with a PhD in Economics, from Newcastle University, UK. He is the Founder and Pioneer President of Youth Participation for Progressive Development Initiative, member, Katsina State Executive Council Committee on youth restiveness and Unemployment, December, 2011 and Secretary, Constitutional review Committee, Katsina Central Constituency, 2012.
Congratulations! Wish you all the best!