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Plot 76B, 313 Road, Federal Housing Authority, Kubwa
Abuja, Abuja Federal Capital Territory 900211
Nigeria

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Abdur-Rahman Omokunmi Olalekan


Added on: Aug 14, 2019

Last Updated: Aug 31, 2019

Seeks to address the problem of bad governance, and seek to imbibe community and peace building spirit in people

  • Young Minds For Good Governance and Peace Building (YMGCP) is a non-governmental idea that was conceived by a young man by name OLALEKAN ABDUR-RAHMAN OMOKUNMI. He observed the political and social vices in his country and immediate society and came to the conclusion that the problem is not really the bad leaders as posited by many but the communal orientation and political culture which has to be corrected by re-orientating members of the society and increase political awareness in the society. Hence, Young Minds For Good Governance and Peace Building was birthed to proffer solutions to the identified problem.
    The organization plan to achieve this through series of programs.
    Firstly, by a program titled “catch them young”, this program is targeted at young lads that are between 10-17 years who are majorly secondary school students to impart in them the spirit of Good Governance, Transparency, Community and Peace Building. The organization intend to achieve this by collaborating with authorities of secondary schools by creating club with affiliation with the organization through which the students can be tutored on Good Governance, Community and Peace Building. So that this children can be abreast with this concept and internalize them in their day to day activities.
    Secondly, the organization plan to incorporate the principle and concept in the students of higher institutions such as Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education by creating clubs in the name of the organization to disseminate the message of the organization to the youth at different Higher Institutions. The organization intend to achieve this by training some members who will represent the interest of the organizations in various higher institutions to train and impart the principles and spirit of good governance, transparency, community and Peace Building in the higher institution students, who are believed to be the highest percentage of youth in the society and the country at large. .
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Abdur-Rahman Omokunmi Olalekan

I am Olalekan Abdur-Rahman Omokunmi, I was born on 26th Feb, 1994 in iseyin, Iseyin Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria.I was born into he family of four and I am the second born but the first male child. I received my primary education in Ebedi nursery/primary school, in iseyin town. I proceeded to a neighboring town for my secondary school education at Emmanuel Alayande College of Education Model High School Oyo in 2005 and I obtained my secondary school certificate after which I attended Ila Orangun College of Education, Ila-orangun, Osun state for my advanced level program in 2012 and bagged my A'level result through which I applied to University of Ilorin in the year 2013 where I was admitted to prestigious Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin, where I bagged my LL. B in 2017. I then proceeded to the compulsory one year Law school Program for Law graduate at the Nigerian law school, Augustine Nnamani campus, Agbani, Enugu state where I bagged my B. L and became a certified lawyer in November 2018. During my studentship at Emmanuel Alayande college of education model high school, I was appointed the Ass. Senior Prefect Boy and also Ameer (president ) of Muslim student's society of Nigeria EACOED MHS chapter the offices I held until the expiring point of my studentship at the school. In my undergraduate days In university of Ilorin. I was a member of several societies such as National Association of Muslim Law Students (NAMLAS), Muslim Student's Society of Nigeria Editorial Board, Moot Mock and Debate Team. I also represented my level in my 400level at the Law Students' Society House of Representatives and serve as the clerk of the house. I was also duly elected and served as President, Law Students' Society 2016/2017 session where I received the accolade as the most Influential Law Student. I also contributed as LSS President to the birthing of National body of Law Students known as Law Student's Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN). In my law school days, I was appointed as Public Relations Officer of Muslim Student's Society of Nigeria, Nigeria Law School, Enugu Campus. I have participated in several conferences and seminar both local and international the latest of which is the Doha Youth Muslim forum that I attended between July 7-11 in Doha, Qatar. I am a youth that is interested in Justice, Unity, Fundamental Human Rights, Social and Political Development. I like reading, sporting and meeting new people. My mission statement is to contribute immensely to the world of Intellectualism, Leadership, Governance, Justice, Fundamental Human Right, Equality, Peaceful Co-existence and reform the political anomalies of my fatherland.

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