As Nigeria’s economy grows, so must its youth to help facilitate the growth, and lead the country into a golden era.
That was the resonating message at the end of the annual Nigerians in Diaspora Organization conference at the Renaissance hotel in Newark last Friday and Saturday.
Albert Ayeni, a professor of the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology and programming director of NIDO, said the organization was founded in 2000 to utilize the resources of successful Nigerian diasporans all over the world to influence positive change in their homeland.
“At the end of the day, we are all here to …read more
Source: The Daily Targum