Nigerian youths had been charged to imbibe the spirit of public service, togetherness, team spirit, and remain focus as they journey through life.
The Lagos State Head of Service, Hakeem Muri-Okunola, said this while interacting with the thirty fellows of the Lateef Jakande Academy, at their camp in Magodo.
According to him, the steps are imperative for the youths to deliberately equip themselves with leadership traits, abilities, and capabilities to be able to fit in for leadership roles when they are called upon.
Muri-Okunola maintained that the fellowship, which is a twelve-month-long programme, is aimed at helping the youth to understudy the workings of public service and enable them to fill the leadership deficit in the country.
Earlier, The Executive Secretary of the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy, Aisha Agbaje-Okunade, said that the target is to ensure that the fellows become better versions of themselves and ultimately be change agents for the count