That we lack leadership is not in question. What should be a topical discourse is the type of leadership we need if our country is to move in a different and positive direction. So beyond the ability to lead a people is what informs the context of such a people to be led.
Patrick Awuah left Ghana as a teenager to attend Swarthmore College in the United States, then stayed on to build a career at Microsoft in Seattle. In returning to his home country, he has made a commitment to educating young people in critical thinking and ethical service, values he believes are crucial for the nation-building that lies ahead.
This Leadership Summit is to bring together Nigerians from all across the United States, especially youths, to discuss Nigeria's present leadership issues, and familiarize participants with the leadership styles and strategies needed in the partnership required to deliver results that will trickle down to Nigerians at home and how we can add our own quota at this moment, partnering with Nigerians at home and the government for the economic growth of the country.
So with the issue of personal failure arises the dissonance that exists between the name of a person and their personality. In considering this closely, we can undoubtedly conclude that there is a clear cut difference between a persons’ name and the person’s personality.