Nigeria’s Tosin Sanusi appointed to serve the Republic of Liberia.

Nigeria’s Tosin Sanusi appointed to serve the Republic of Liberia.

Amb. Tosin Sanusi has been appointed as the International Cooperation Attache to the Deputy Minister for Manpower Planning and Human Resource Development, Republic of Liberia
Amb. Tosin Sanusi’s appointment which was confirmed on the 7th of December 2019, was a result of his immense empowerment programmes in Digital Skills Development held across tertiary and other human development institutions in over three African countries and his passion for development in Africa.  It can be recalled that in November 2019 Amb. Sanusi led a team of three trainers to Liberia where they provided training and inspiration to over 900   Liberians in higher education education and over 100 guests of Liberia who were in attendance at the African Youth Education and Empowerment Summit being held in Monrovia.
Amb Sanusi who is also the Special Adviser on Education to the President, ECOWAS Youth Council has used his foundation Edubox Global to contribute in positioning students in tertiary institutions and youths to be relevant to their society and also to the entire world by supporting their academics and also empowering them with the essential skills needed for nation’s growth.
During Amb Sanusi acceptance speech, he appreciated his boss Atty. Phiĺ Tarpeh Dixon for the opportunity  to serve the Republic of Liberia.
This is a big one for the Nigerian Youth, and we look foward to more young Nigerians breaking boundaries.

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