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SHUN UNEMPLOYMENT FOUNDATION EMPOWERED MORE THAN 250 YOUTHS AT THE TRIPLE M CONFERENCE HELD IN LAGOS ON THE 8TH OF JANUARY 2022

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The Shun Unemployment Foundation (SUF) Triple M Conference took place over the weekend on the 8th of January 2022, at the RCCG building, Magodo Phase 1, Lagos. The maiden hybrid event was a dynamic success with a significant one-of-a-kind experience, it was organized by the founder of The Shun Unemployment Foundation Mayowa John Ajibodu (Mr. Shun) and his wife Modebola Ajibodu. The foundation is set to reduce the rate of unemployment in Nigeria, using the key modules of training, empowering and nurturing youths into financially independent individuals.

It had in attendance over 250 youths and a mix of great minds and seasoned speakers such as the Official Photographer to the President of Nigeria – Bayo Omoboriowo, Development enthusiast and Transformational Coach- Mbelu Somto, The RCCG National Youth Evangelist – Pastor Daniel Olawande, the GMD/CEO GTEXT Homes – Dr. Stephen Akintayo, The Creative Director of Expoze Nigeria – Demola Adetona, The CEO of Transtura – Vincent Adeoba and Actor/Comedian – Dan D’Humourous. The convener of the Triple M conference Mayowa (Mr. Shun) enlightened the audience on the Triple M vision of raising youths for global relevance in ministry and business through immersive insights into Mandate, Mission and Money (the Triple M) and loads of practical approaches to achieving them as dished out by the speakers.

The Triple M conference was an indoor event that involved participants engagement such as breakout sessions to get them activated on problem solving, innovation and self-discovery.

Soft skills and job placement guides were provided by Jobberman, Finance and sustainable business solutions were also provided by Union Bank of Nigeria.
The conference really brought clarity of purpose for the new year, a fresh air of hope and true energy for everyone that attended. It was a transformative experience, as attendees looked forward to the subsequent editions.

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