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Legislative Mentorship Initiative opens applications for aspiring leaders


Legislative Mentorship Initiative opens applications for aspiring leaders

In a bid to nurture the next generation of legislators and public sector leaders, the Legislative Mentorship Initiative (LMI) has officially opened applications for its highly anticipated 2nd edition.

Aimed at individuals between the ages of 18-35 who aspire to make a difference in the world of public service, LMI offers a unique opportunity to hone leadership skills and gain invaluable insights into the legislative process.

The LMI program, which gained acclaim in its inaugural edition, seeks to bridge the gap between emerging leaders and experienced mentors within the public sector.

With a curriculum designed to impart both practical knowledge and hands-on experience, participants can expect to develop a deep understanding of the intricacies of legislative processes and public policy development.

The program boasts a roster of accomplished mentors, including current and former legislators, policy experts, and public sector professionals, who are committed to guiding and nurturing the aspirations of young leaders.

Participants will have the chance to engage in one-on-one mentorship, attend seminars, and gain hands-on experience in legislative affairs.

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The application process is currently open to all eligible candidates, and the LMI team encourages a diverse pool of applicants.

Aspiring leaders who are eager to be part of this transformative experience can submit their applications on the official LMI website [www.lmi.ng].

Although the application deadline is not stated yet, the selected participants is expected to be announced shortly after the deadline.

Neptune Prime observed that there has been a traffic jam on the website and the Twitter handle of the body has confirmed it.

“Our sincere apologies. There’s a lot of traffic on this website at the moment which is why you are getting redirected. Please keep refreshing until it go through eventually,” it clarified.

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