By Abdul Roqeeb Ogunrinde
Ogun State Qaid, Majlis Khuddamul-Ahmadiyya Nigeria (Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organization), Bro. Sa’eed Ìdòwú has attended the Ogun Youth Lab Meeting held at Conference Hall in the Ogun State House of Assembly, Abeokuta on Thursday, 7th January, 2021.
The State Qaid was ably represented by his Vice (Special Duties), Bro. Abdul Mujeeb Akewugberu.
The Youth Lab is an opportunity for the young people in Ogun State to share their aspirations and work with the Ogun State Ministry of Youth and Sports towards the implementation of the Nigeria Youth Employment Action Plan.
During the event, attendees were required to share ideas on how Ogun State can positively empower young people with regards to education, employment, entrepreneurship and equal rights.
The programme had in attendance: the Special Adviser to the Governor on Youth and Sports, Com. Olamide Lawal; the Special Adviser to the Governor on Youth Empowerment and Job Creation, Mr. Afọlábí Ọlálékan and the Deputy Department of Youth Development, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Mr Shogbade, among others.
In the same vein, Isha’at (Publicity) Department of Ogun State Ahmadi Youth graced the NYCN PROs Forum Meeting held on Thursday, 7th January, 2021 at the Ogun State Youth House, MKO Abiola Stadium, Kuto, Abeokuta.
The meeting, which aims to bring together all public relation officers of every organization in the state, was presided over by the NYCN Ogun State Chapter PRO I, Hon. Adebare Ariyibi.
The meeting was able to provide ways to bring the Youth PROs together and brainstormed on effective media engagement, image making and voice of the youth in the state.
Ogun State Ahmadi Youth PRO, Bro. Abdul Roqeeb Ogunrinde, ably represented by Bro. Bakare Abdul Quadri at the meeting, said that the main objective of public relations is to publicize individual group and forum, while advising the PROs to always be careful in their online publication.
The meeting had in attendance, NYCN Ogun State Chairman, Com. Abdul Jabbar Ayelaagbe, Ogun State NYCN PRO I and II, Hon. Adebare Ariyibi and Com. Farouk Olaitan respectively.