Next Generation Strategies, Finding New Ways to Succeed.

About The Event

Starting a conversation between the leaders of today and leaders of tomorrow with no boundaries
We facilitate a platform that enables young people across the country to speak up and shape their own future by discussing topics that matter with top leaders, executives and notable influencers in business and community engagement.
We are a network of 36 states and thousands of participants through our two-year history. We bring together 500 participants to take part in one of the biggest governance conventions in Africa.
We are a community, a network and a platform for young, bright minds and essential topics that need to be discussed.

WHERE

Lagos, Nigeria.

WHEN

Saturday
January 11, 2019 @9:00am


GENERATION Y! AND POLITICS

Next Generation Strategies, finding new ways to succeed.

Generation Y! or Millennials are those born in the early 1980s as starting birth years and mid-1990s and early 2000s as ending birth years. Although characteristics vary by region, this generation is generally known for increased use and familiarity with communication, media and digital technologies.

To what extent has this group of people influenced political correctness in Nigeria? What has been the contribution of Gen Y to governance in Nigeria?
Are they leaders of today or tomorrow?


INNOVATION & STRATEGY

How Young People Can Win Elections in Nigeria

Millennials are the first set of human race to grow up with computers in their homes. They are a product of innovative societies that encourages disruption in business, communication and technology. They are today’s leading CEOs of technology companies around the world.
What is the key driver of Technology advancement in Politics?
How can young people leverage technology to win elections in Nigeria?
How has the society evolved in adopting innovative strategies in electioneering and governance?


What Leaders Are Saying

  • I really didn't think I'll make the trip to Osogbo but I'm glad I did. It's quite inspiring to see the work you're doing, and getting to meet the next generation leaders. The road is long but you have given us great first steps. Looking forward to the next.
    Koribo Harrison
    Koribo Harrison
  • What Adetunji put together #YNAGOsogbo yesterday reminds me of every history I read when Nigeria was been born by our founding fathers. It is a great renaissance for our dear Nation. Adetunji is an exceptional Nigerian youth, a clear leader with the greatest of Nigeria in every bit of his action. It's a privilege to serve as your keynote speaker during this wonderful and exceptional event. I'm so happy to have met all the important people such as Gbadebo Rhodes Vviour, Demola Olanrewaju, Opeyemi Oriniowo etc at such great event. I'm particularly pleased by the wonderful reception and overwhelming support i received from great UniOsun students. Thank you all very much. I'll be coming over soon again.
    Adamu Garba II
    Adamu Garba II
  • The planning was superb and the speakers assembled are top class. It worth all the sacrifice.
    Olugbile Michael
    Olugbile Michael
  • We arrived safe in Lagos. I just want to commend and congratulate you on the success of the event. It is not an easy task to pull off such an event in far away Osogbo. I have no doubt in my mind that you a catalyst for the transformation we need in this country.
    Opeyemi Oriniowo
    Opeyemi Oriniowo
  • Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve and meet new people. I just hope you won't be surprised when I send in my campaign fliers. The conference was superb. God bless you
    Ifeoluwa
    Ifeoluwa
  • YNAGOsogbo was a success. Thanks to Adetunji for that opening speech, it was a real challenge to me. Adamu Garba, thank you for telling me that my background doesn't matter, I shall be great. Demola Olanrewaju, thank you for those strategies, they got me.
    Fiyikemi
    Fiyikemi
  • Thank so much for the opportunity to serve, meet new people and learn so much. YNAGOsogbo was a big eye opener for me and taught me I still have a lot to learn. My jotter felt the impact of the program. And for the opportunity to meet Uncle Tunji. Thank you so much for bringing your dream of creating a politically aware generation Y into existence. God will reward you bountifully.
    Focus
    Focus
  • Fellow youths; our time has come to do better, we must complain less and ask more questions... and make genuine effort to fix the problems for ourselves first, and others will naturally take a cue, that's true leadership. YNAG has something amazing going on and I had a great time talking with the audience... We must continue to hit the nail on the head with the conversations. If we understand the issues clearly, then we stand a better chance at solving the problems.
    Olawale Ashimi (BrymO)
    Olawale Ashimi (BrymO)
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