A Call To Global Duty As CIPG – TEXAS Inducts Paul Ukpabio, Others As Fellow

The Chartered Institute Of Peace And Governance (CIPG) with headquarters in Houston, Texas, USA, has inducted media and tourism consultant, Paul Ukpabio, as a Fellow of the institute, along with other professionals.

The formal investiture ceremony, took place at the prestigious, Safron Hotel, GRA, Ikeja in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Chartered Institute of Peace and Governance event, was in collaboration with LifeSquare Leadership Initiatives, and Greenfield Executive Education.

His Excellency Dr. Jonathan Ojadah, the global President of CIPG, charged the new inductees to be ready, because being a Fellow of CIPG means a higher call to global leadership duties.

“On behalf of the Supreme Council, I will like to welcome you all as Fellows of the Chartered Institute Of Peace and Governance (CIPG). CIPG  Fellowship will provide you with adequate knowledge to build capacity in using non-violent methods and tools to foster Peace processes. You will be able to exchange research information with other people with professional networking opportunities through exchange of ideas and experience that will help promote peace, research, training, and capacity building in governance and diplomatic relations,” said Ojadah, the global president as he inducted the new Fellows by the power vested in him, with the assistance of Lt. Col. Marafa Murtala.

Others inducted along with Paul Ukpabio are: Dr. Mokuye Ferdinand, Dr. Oluwatoba Victor Emmanuel and Mr Onyekwelu Okoye J.

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