GSFEN appoints new Directors and Treasurer

The Global Socio-Economic and Financial Evolution Network (GSFEN) Appoints New Directors

“A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the equality of his actions and the integrity of his intent.” –Douglas MacArthur

[Kwara State, Nigeria] The Global Socio-Economic and Financial Evolution Network (GSFEN) is a Global Network of Leaders that believe in making the world a better place for everyone through collective efforts and impacts in Education, Empowerment, Human Rights, Humanitarian Actions and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In an unforeseen year of 2020 and the global effect of the COVID19 pandemic in 2021; GSFEN has risen to the herculean task of supporting its members and affected communities through its network of Peace Ambassadors. Aside  this,  GSFEN  also  nominates  and  honour  men  and  women  of  great  impact  to  humanity with  special  awards  and  Honorary  designations.   

The Global Socio-Economic and Financial Evolution Network (GSFEN)-Africa Continent as part of its mandate and operational reach nominated and appointed new directors to help steer affairs of the Community and its Member States in Africa as the numbers keep growing.

Amb. Toluse Dove Francis, Director of Operations Health Care
Amb. SANI Emmanuel Ugbede-Ojo, Director of Operations of Education Programs
Amb. Ayoade Fadoju, Director of Partnership and Fundraising
Amb. Kolawole Akeem Adeleke, Director of African and Diaspora Affairs.
Amb. Ruhamah Ifere, Treasurer.

The Founder and Global President, Prof. Prince Blessing Lawal, in his submission of action points stated,

“by  2030,  GSFEN envisage to  reach  over 2  million  people  with  our  food  and  materials  aid programme, empower over 25,000  active  small-holder  traders,  train 120,000  youths and  reach 50  million  people  with  our  SDGs  Campaigns. These  are  very  feasible  and  achievable  and  we  are  fully committed  to  making it happen”.

The President of African Continent of GSFEN Worldwide, Amb. Musa Olatunji, in his congratulatory messages to the new Directors admonish and charged them to be exemplary in their duties with excellence not occupy the office for the title but to bring and create more value with impact for the members and communities.

In presenting the official appointment letters, the Vice President and Director of Engagement, Amb. Dr. John Aggrey who also bagged Honorary Doctor of Excellence, thanked the new Directors for accepting to serve humanity and be selfless in their leadership roles. He advised them based on a quote, “The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership.” (a quote from Harvey S. Firestone).

In its annual gathering, GSFEN organizes leadership conferences centred on thematic areas of leadership, humanitarian works, management, Sustainable Development Goals and Youth. Due to the covid19 and health protocols, this year will be a hybrid format with limited physical engagements. The theme for this year #GSFENLC2021 is, “Breaking Through Challenges to Excellence: The Youth and after-math of Pandemic” which is slated for Saturday, November 27 at 10am WAT, Abuja Nigeria.

Amb. Dr. John Aggrey
Vice President & Director of Engagements
African Continent, GSFEN Worldwide.
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