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Prince has 7 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. He is the founder and president of the Young African Leaders Forum (YALF), and the Editor-in-Chief of Africa’s first youth-led journal of development, Young African Leaders Journal of Development (YALJOD). Whilst serving as a Development Knowledge Facilitator under a one-year United Nations’ MDGs project, he helped improve the living conditions of rural dwellers in south-western Nigeria. Through experience, he developed significant skills in the areas of organisational leadership, youth training, community development, women empowerment, activism and project management. He also possesses quality experience in research, writing and editing, having served as an Editor in one of Nigeria’s foremost educational publishing firm. In November 2015, the African Union (AU) named Prince amongst the Africa Youth Heroes who were celebrated at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. In October 2016, he was the only youth invited to present a paper at the prestigious African Union Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Processes (AU PCRD) Ten Years of Policy Implementation Workshop.
As a social activist and high-profiled mentor under A Better Community for All Global Mentoring Project, California, USA, Prince is passionate about human rights advocacy, good governance, civic engagement, youth mentoring, women empowerment and educational equity.