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Youths Mentoring Forum, Our Appreciation

Good Day,

Our sincere appreciation goes to everyone who contributed to the success of our Mentees Meet Mentors' Forum which came up on the Friday, 29th of May, 2009. Indeed, it was a remarkable day as young Mentees were opportuned to hear from seasoned speakers and leaders. What a grandsome way to celebrate our "Democracy"!

To our Guest Speakers: Lucy Kanu -IdeaBuilders; Aunty Shade -Vital Voices; Mr. Femi from Arik Airline; Mr. Tunde - Oceanic Bank ; Dr. (Mrs) Titi -ExxonMobil; Mr. Idowu Omisore -Author of a Youth Book etc we are not ungrateful for your time shared with us. We appreciate you immensely. To Mr. Tosin Adegoke, thank you so much for the donation ! We hope to get those books by next week and send them to all our Mentees. Once again, thank you so much.

To our Mentors at home and in the disapora, we thank you for your committments also, and we do hope that the remaining few months (3months) we've got for the mentoring exercise shall be a fruitful and rewarding one.

Lastly, to our Partner and Friend, Don -A Ray of Hope, UNESCO Youth Ambassador for a Culture of Peace. Thank you for your support donations and interest. We appreciate it. Thank you.


Thank You All.

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