Peace talking to the attendees
In a breakfast meeting in Lagos, Head of Digital Media and Partnerships for Forbes Africa and founder of Aim Higher Africa Peace Hyde, was amongst a handful of influential leaders selected to explore innovative solutions to tackle issues like youth entrepreneurship development, ease of doing business and progressive leadership that fosters a robust education curriculum that not only focuses on theoretical knowledge but vocational skills that will empower our youths to create tomorrow’s leading industries.
Peace Hyde who was recently selected as part of only 200 people from across 43 countries in Africa to be part of the 2018 inaugural class of the Obama Foundation Leaders Africa program has in recent months expanded her Non profit NGO Aim Higher Africa to Lagos through its skills acquisition centre in Yaba.
Saraki who is the third most powerful man in Nigeria after the President and Vice President commended the work of the leaders for their continues efforts to impact and improve the African continent.
Her organization is has created over 800 businesses resulting in some 3000 employment opportunities for unemployed youths in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Kenya.
Written: Brenda Omawumi