Commissioner for Youths and Sports, Hon Emeka Ikwuagwu Set to Hold Youth Zoom Conference 2020 in Abia State

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The Honorable Commissioner for Youths, Sports and Social Development who’s also the converner of the forthcoming ‘Youth Zoom Conference 2020’ Hon Emeka Ikwuagwu will be dishing out tips on post covid-19 life in Abia State.

The conference will be hosted by the Ministry of Youths, Sports and Social Development in conjunction with the office of the Special Adviser to the Governor on Teenage Matters.

The conference will be moderated by the SA to the Governor of Abia State on Teenage Matters, Miss Chichi Umeseaka and will take place on Zoom, a video interactive application on the 3rd (Friday) of July, 2020 at about 3:00pm, profjaysblog learnt.

The conference which will be strictly to advocate, enlighten and sensitise the youths with the theme; “The realities, effects and post covid-19 life in Abia State”, with 3000 youths online capacity with hosts of facilitators from different endeavors of life.

Some of the facilitators to that will be sensitizing the youths on the above theme are; Bar Chris Ezem, Abia State SSG and Chairman, Abia State Covid-19 Committee, Dr Joe Osuji, Abia State Commissioner for Health, Prof Gregory Ibe Phd, OFR, (Enyi Abia), Chancellor/Proprietor Gregory University, Uturu, Sam Hart, DG Abia State Marketing and Quality Management Agency, Chinenye Nwaogu, SA to the Governor on Social Investment and Inter-governmental Affairs, Dr Felix C. Joe, SA to the Governor on Health Matters, Amb Mrs Lynda G. Onwuneme, RN/BED Mgr, NHS England, Londo, Dr Ngozi Onuoha, MD MBA, Philadelphia, USA, Dr Azike Eme Kalu, Executive Secretary, Abia State Agency for the Control of AIDS and a host of others will be there to share their ideas and do justice to the theme of the conference.

It will also be stream live on Facebook and other social media platforms across the state and the Country.

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