OGBONNIA, AMAECHI EMMANUEL
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I am a passionate optimist, whose interest is on the welfare and development of young people, the girl-child, human rights,civil leadership and gender equality. Global Ethics Network is a veritable platform for me to advance this cause and create a lasting positive impact on the youths of my generation.I sincerely hope to gain an enduring knowledge on how to contribute my quota to better the cause of humanity in my country and beyond.

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Ogbonnia, Amaechi Emmanuel

University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria.

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