International Mother Language Day, 2023

International Mother Language Day is observed every year on February 21st to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The day was proclaimed by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 1999 to raise awareness about the importance of preserving and promoting mother tongues, which are an essential component of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

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Executive Director Speech: Mother Language Day

Our celebration of mother language day is an intentional step towards achieving our aim of strategically poising you our Leaders and Pearls for the position of Leadership.

There is an adage that says “it is only a foolish man that does the same thing same way and expects a different result”. Hence if we want to achieve well cultured successful Leaders in you, we will need to change the present style of nurturing Leaders.

Another saying of wisdom is “there is nothing new in the world”. This literally translates to; such Leaders have been made before and probably being made somewhere around you. So, today we looked at the great Leaders in Nigeria and Africa and they all stunningly have something in common, authenticity.

Is Leadership laying somewhere there? This is a question that prods the mind especially when our icon and style of Leadership are so foreign. And then another question comes to mind; how do we merge authenticity and foreign Leadership style together? some answers that comes to mind are:



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