Ambassadors of Africa: What these AAUA Students Are Doing in Akungba Akoko will Surprise You! (Photos)


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If you are a student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, ensure you read to the end!

Ok, so, who are these AOA guys?

The Ambassadors of Africa (AOA) is an organization that focuses on building a generation of young, talented and passionate Africans who will change the world. We to create a platform for young leaders to discover themselves, and become agents of positive change in the communities, nation and the world at large.

—–If you’d like to become a member of this organization (#teamAOA_AAUA) please Click Here to Register Now—–

Our sole aim is to build Africans into global giants through impact driven sensitization and empowerment programmes for Africans across all levels by helping them to identify and develop their innate abilities as well as inspiring the utilization of these exceptional skills towards individual fulfillment and global usefulness.

The organization has her international headquarters at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.
The mantra of the organization, according to the Team Leader (AAUA branch) in an interview with #teamBAGIT, is “building Africans into global giants.”



On Saturday 29th April, 2017, in her quest to ‘Do Something’, the organization had a colourful “Pre-Community Service Survey” in Akungba Akoko, Ondo state, asking the local people their problems with a view to proffering solutions to them.

One of the respondents

The organization fulfils her mandate through her three (3) cardinal programs:
1. ‘A’ Students

This is a secondary school outreach where young minds are built up mentally, morally and academically by way of mentoring, heart to heart talks, public presentations and what have you.

—–If you’d like to become a member of this organization (#teamAOA_AAUA) please Click Here to Register Now—–

AOA has made tremendous impacts across schools in Africa through this program.
2. Brainstorm

Leaders from various fields are gathered in a panelist kind of setting to dish out great contents to the ever learning audience. The results have always been amazing!

 

3. KickStart

An entrepreneurial program where students are equipped with practical, hands-on skills so they too can start something.

Testimonies attributes some businesses in Aluta Market, AAUA to this impartful program.

Some members of #teamAOA after the survey

 

Good News!

AOA is recruiting New members!

If you’d like to be part of these great AAUA students, please Click Here to Register Now

 

For more inquiries about this amazing organization in AAUA campus, please contact the Team Leader, AOA_AAUA branch on +2348087326994

More Photos from the survey

 

#teamAOA Marching Out for the Survey

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—–If you’d like to become a member of this organization (#teamAOA_AAUA) please Click Here to Register Now—–

—–If you’d like to become a member of this organization (#teamAOA_AAUA), Click Here to Register Now—–

—–If you’d like to become a member of this organization (#teamAOA_AAUA) please Click Here to Register Now—–

 

If you’d like to be part of these great AAUA students, please Click Here to Register Now 

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3 thoughts on “Ambassadors of Africa: What these AAUA Students Are Doing in Akungba Akoko will Surprise You! (Photos)”

  1. Well done #TeamAOA_AAUA, You never seize to make us proud.

    Keep on making impact, the world needs you.

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