Some young Nigerians have arrived the country after a two-week leadership training and mentoring in the United States of America.The youngsters, who were drawn from different secondary schools, attended a Global Youth Leadership Programme were accorded a rousing reception at the Prince Georges County, Maryland, which also featured notable community leaders, including Dr. James Dula, a retired Airforce chief, Dr Frank Forka, Director of Africa Trade Office USA, Rev. Michelle Agnew, Director of Youth at Greater Mt Nebo in Maryland and members of CTU news crew.The scheme was initiated by Mrs Remi Duyile, a youth advocate, to expose and engage Africas young leaders between ages 10 and 17 to where they can learn best practices, have positive mindset and ultimately, I can do attitude and spirit at a very young age. The young Nigerians interacted with leaders of strategic institutions that collaborated with the programme.They enjoyed a tour of the White House, the official residence of the US president. They also had the privilege of sitting in galleries of the Americas Senate and Congress where they watched the legislative arm of the US government in session. Thereafter, some of the pupils interacted with some of the lawmakers and community leaders, who lectured them on how leadership qualities could be imbibed.]]> Click here to read full news..