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Equip Africa is a non-profit committed to improving the socio-economic wellbeing of young people living in marginalized communities in Africa through human capital development initiatives and sustained advocacy for improved infrastructures, access to economic opportunities and greater youth participation in policy and decision-making.

We believe that the future of Africa lies in the hands of its young people, who possess the energy, resilience and creativity but lack access to basic infrastructures and support systems. Providing them, especially these ones living in undeserved communities with the relevant skills and access to opportunities can go a long way in raising them as change agents in their respective communities and social spheres

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David Opeyemi Oke

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Gabriel Odukoya

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Oluwasegun Ajanaku

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Emerging Political Leaders Summit

The Emerging Political Leaders (EPL) Summit Badagry with the theme “Breaking the Existing Socio-economic & Political Status Quo” provides a platform for qualitative discourse that will deliver practical, citizen-focused and development-oriented solutions to the challenges affecting Badagry.
The summit will create a citizen standard and platform for ensuring qualitative candidacy in Badagry’s political leadership space; and give the emerging political leaders the right tools and hands-on information required to successfully run a political campaign. The summit shall focus on highlighting programs and initiatives that will leverage on and maximize the vast human resources available in Badagry for socio-economic development.