By Adejumo Kabir
Ajose Lecture Theatre of Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-ife today was held at high notch as guests from different works of life and business entrepreneurs graced Nigeria Campus and Youth Leadership Summit.
Special Adviser to Lagos State Governor on Communities and Communication, Mr. Kehinde Bamigbetan at the summit described human resources as unlimited resources arguing that it can never be exhausted as all what youths need in the community is sound knowledge and appropriate orientation to make impact.
Bamigbetan who advocated organisational skills among the students explained that to succeed in life, it requires discipline, determination and ability to be a team player through organisational skills.
According to him “Youths are endowed with wide range and varieties of opportunities where their innate skills will be needed. The only thing our youths need in the society to do well in politics and business is to re – strategise and evaluate their selves in relation to their immediate environment”.
He argued that positive change may be difficult if youths tends to depend on government and leave their dexterity rotting.
Kingsley Ndelema, a student of Obafemi Awolowo University, in his contribution commended the inspirational speech of Bamigbetan describing it as enduring ideas that are capable of reshaping the Nigeria political and economic landscape through youth participation.
“I learnt a lot about life and how life can be after leaving the school”, he said.
Also Mr. Vincent Adeola, CEO Serah Brooks while encourage the youths to be productive explained that he started his business with only N200 and ended up with in two years being a millionaire.
He advised the youths to take a decision on their life prospects not to waste their youthful age which he described as the best period in human life span.