Yala Born Blogger, Riwo Nominated To Represents Gambia At Model ECOWAS Summit


WAEC 2022 Massive Recruitment for Graduates

The Yala Local government area of Cross River State born born blogger, Daniel Riwo who was recently elected as the National Secretary General (NSG) of #Project1000, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), has on today (Friday)  nominated to represent the Republic of Gambia as a delegate in the forthcoming 4th edition of Model Economic of West African States (ECOWAS) Summit in Abuja – Nigeria.

Riwo, who received the notification from the organizers will be representing ‘The Republic of The Gambia’ as a national delegate in the summit scheduled to hold from 03-06 June, 2020 in Abuja, Nigeria.

The summit organized by the African Youth Network for Leadership and Development which was founded in 2014, has its theme for the summit as “A Peaceful, Prosperous, Corruption free and Integrated West Africa; Relying on the Potential of Its People, Especially Women and Youth” The summit is a pivotal forum that is expected to bring together up to 200 youths, civil society representatives mostly from across the 15 countries of West Africa.

READ ALSO  ECOWAS parliament makes fresh demand from Buhari govt

The choice of The Gambia for Riwo according to the organizers was reached after careful consideration as they may assign or reassign a delegate to another ECOWAS country in the subregion aside his/her country of origin to enable delegates gain familiarization with other countries.
Also in another development, Mr. Daniel Riwo has been appointed as the FCT Coordinator of The Orphans Empowerment Society (TOES).
His appointment as coordinator of TOES, which will be running through a one year tenure is with immediate effect.

The Orphans Empowerment Society is a program designed to carter for the needs of orphans all over the world. C’River born blogger, Daniel Riwo, to represent the Gambia at model ECOWAS summit

Nigerian Army Recruitment Portal 2022 – DSSC Course (26 / 2022)

READ ALSO  Border to reopen in strict compliance with ECOWAS trade agreements — FG


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.