KWARA BORN YOUTH LEADER BAGS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
A frontline youth leader, Ambassador Akoshile Mukhtar has bagged a lifetime achievement award from the Aluta News organization, at its annual award and dinner program, scheduled to hold on 2nd December 2022 in Abuja.
The awardee has been at the forefront of the struggle for youth empowerment and capacity development, since the days he served as a leader of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) before transiting his advocacy into core civil society and the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), where he now serves as the Vice President for the North Central Zone.
In a press release by the Office of the Vice President. North Central Zone of NYCN, the awardee expressed “appreciation to the organizers of the award ceremony for the recognition”, while assuring his “primary constituency of Nigerian youth and students of uninterrupted and unwavering service towards improving their lot by delivering a better society that carries everyone along”.
Aluta News was created to give voice to Nigerians, especially the youth, la, labor, and civil society spaces, where young people’s voices are usually not heard.
The Aluta awards are given to Nigerians doing well in different walks of life who have contributed to the deepening of civic spaces in Nigeria, with this year’s theme: recognizing pillars and living heroes of democracy in Nigeria.
The Other prominent Nigerians scheduled to be in attendance include the Minister of State of the FCT Hajiyya Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu and many others.