Each year The Future Africa Leaders Foundation (FALF) identifies young leaders who are positively impacting their communities, society, and Africa. The program seeks to recognize and reward young men and women whose exemplary leadership skills have been utilized in developing
The December 31st Night New Year Eve Service was a global event transmitted live on over 1100 TV and Radio Stations all over the world with recognition of ten outstanding young Africans under the auspices of the Future African Leaders Award (FALA) along with a citation of their remarkable feats.
Each of these young men (and women) all over Africa, was awarded a prize of $10,000.00 USD with the overall winner
Good evening. It is just absurd the wonderful things that are going on right now, the songs, the dancing, the expressions, the reactions of the crowd. Pastor Chris, I want to thank you for the invitation to this exceptional event on this exception day. And thank you for the bountiful courtesies that my associates and I have received since we arrived.
By this invitation, I was able to visit my brother and mentor, former President Olusegun Obasanjo. To many of us, he is one of the great leaders who started the process of democracy that continues to rule till today.
Napoleon once said “one bad general does better than two good ones.” It takes a moment for the sense of this to register, but it is the same as our modern saying “too many cooks spoil the broth”. Having one set of instructions, even if they are flawed, is preferable to having two sets of perfect direction that, when enacted together without reference to each other, cause havoc.
This is principle of leadership in a nutshell. It is all about maintaining focus and creating positive outcomes.