Fresh graduate on leadership training programme in US dies

Fresh graduate on leadership training programme in US dies

A fresh graduate from University of Ilorin, John Paul Usman, has died in the US where he was a participant at the ongoing United States of American exchange programme, the 2016 Mandela Washington Fellowship.

The 24-year-old hailed from Kogi State, and was one of 100 Nigerians currently participating in the programme across various universities and colleges within the US.john 2

The deceased, who was awaiting NYSC call-up letter was posted to Virginia Tech in Virginia State for a six-week intensive programme on academic excellence and leadership.

“Lessons learnt so far from the MWF 2016…”leaders must learn to take calculated risk.

….”friend raise before you fund raise your organization” this is key to building relationships among and between partners for sustainability,” Usman posted on his facebook account last Thursday.


However, at the weekend he bade the world farewell when he drowned during a hiking trip.

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