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In Leadership Lecture, Sabally Inspires Young Africans

May 11, 2020, 12:26 PM

Former Presidential Affairs Minister and International Speaker, Momodou Sabally has admonished young African leaders to remain committed and united in pursuit of their common goals of serving their organisations and communities with sincerity and dedication to duty in their bid to uplift the lot of their fellow citizens.

Sabally made these remarks Friday, 8th of May, while delivering a lecture (through video conferencing) to a group of African youths from different countries that approached him for mentorship in their bid to better utilitise the opportunities created by the challenges of the COVID-19 lockdown.

The lecture duelled on Institutional Management with specific emphasis on communication, accountability and relevance. Within the framework of this C.A.R. approach Sabally shared strategies on how to improve grassroots organizations that have been established by young Africans.

The audience of young leaders comprised youths with from different African countries and diverse backgrounds,  professionals in difference fields, Journalists and University students.

Founder-President of the youth mentorship foundation, Sabally Leadership Academy (SLA), Momodou Sabally is a well sought after motivational speaker and prolific author who addresses conferences of African youth leaders like the annual Africa Students and Youth Summit organised by the All-African Students Union (AASU) among other international leadership summits.

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