Friday, May 24, 2013

OAYouth Cameroon Picks Working Group

Jude Thaddeus Njikem-OAYouth Cameroon Chair
The Cameroon branch of the Organization of African Youth, OAYouth has designated a six man delegation to oversee the activities of the organization in the country.
Jude Thaddeus Njikem, Ndi Eugene Ndi, Enoh Tata Joan, Elvis Tangie, Nganyu Emmanuel Ndukong, and Jermain Amuchie Nnaeto were delegated in Buea on Saturday May 11, 2013 in a meeting to that effect.
OAYouth is a youth development organization to confront common problems that affect young people. “We believe the future leadership should be nurtured in the know of all principles of democracy, economic development, political tolerance, social justice and human rights”, says Mr. Jude Thaddeus Njikem, National Chairman of OAYouth Cameroon.
The Chairman explained that OAYouth gives young people access to leadership training, interactive participation in innovation and entrepreneurship, volunteerism and the will to engage in peaceful conflict resolution. Jude Thaddeus opined that “such concepts should be introduced to people when they are still young”.
The designated working group members are thus expected to the organization’s vision in Cameroon, under the coordination of the national branch chair.
Organization of African Youth (OAYouth) is successfully implementing empowerment and advocacy programs that are building young people to become responsible citizens and new drivers of Africa’s social, political and economic transformation.
OAYouth is a registered member-based non-profit youth organization with headquarters in South Africa.
With branches in 35 African countries, the organization works to inspire, unify and empower local national youth, while strengthening synergy of programs in all African countries.
The National Chairman of OAYouth Cameroon, Mr Jude Thaddeus Njikem is the founder member of the organization in Cameroon. In 2010 He was first appointed Country Coordinator and voted Chair-person of the National Branch Committee.
He was later voted in a by-election in 2011 to become the continent's Second Vice President.

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