UK Lib Dems selects PPP Youth for training

 

Divine Nkrumah is National Youth Leader of the PPP
Divine Nkrumah is National Youth Leader of the PPP

A Progressive People’s Party (PPP) youth activist, Mr. Emmanuel Nsobila, has been selected by the UK Liberal Democrats (Lib Dems) to participate in a one-week best practice training in the United Kingdom(UK).

Participants will have the chance to meet with other young liberals from around the world, to learn from each other’s experiences as young politicians and activists, and share strategies to further the development of young leaders within their parties and to reach out to under-represented groups.

Mr. Nsobila, who is currently the Upper East Regional Treasurer and a former Progressive Youth Movement (PYM) Coordinator at Sunyani Polytechnic, will be leaving Ghana tomorrow 17th September, 2015 and return after 23rd September 2015.

He is among 8 young Africans who were selected by the Lib Dems to participate in the all-important training aimed at providing Africa with very good leaders who will take over the affairs of the continent and help move the economic ambitions of its people to a desirable level.

Mr. Nsobila is attending this conference in the UK on behalf of the PPP youth and as a former PYM Coordinator for Sunyani Polytechnic.

According to Divine Nkrumah, who is the PPP National Youth Coodinator, he believes that “one biggest cue we can all take from this is that commitment, loyalty and hard work pays, adding that “PPP is a party for all and we create opportunities for everybody regardless of one’s gender, religion, tribe or position. No discrimination.”

Mr. Nkrumah further went on to congratulate Mr. Nsobila and encouraged him to return with more enthusiasm and good ideas to help campaign vigorously for the party in the upcoming 2016 General Elections.

Mr. Nsobila expressed his excitement and gratitude to the party for giving him such a big opportunity.

 

Source: Ghana/todaygh.com/POLITICAL DESK REPORT

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