Engr. Noah Nuhu Dallaji
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals has concluded plans to partner with the African Children Talent Discovery Foundation (ACTDF) in an effort to bring out the best in talented Nigerian young men and women.
This will give birth to the staging of a globally tailored National talent hunt that is aimed at bringing out the best among Nigerian youths across the country which is an idea nurtured by the African Children Talent Discovery Foundation (ACTDF) headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria.
In line with the United Nations Sustainable Goals initiatives, the African Children Talent Development Foundation (ACTDF) – an organization committed to the improvement of child welfare in Nigeria, Africa, and other parts of the world, is giving children and teenagers hope and a future through the discovery and development of their natural talents.
ACTDF is putting mechanisms in place to quash drug abuse among youth, child abuse and HIV/AIDS by fostering an environment of support through empowering programs that create awareness in areas of health improvement, education, mentoring, and the fulfillment of other critical needs.
Speaking exclusively on this lofty initiative last night, at his Jabi, Abuja office, Engr. Noah Nuhu Dallaji, who has a comprehensive perception of the excellence embedded in the inner nature of the human species and the developmental stages it goes through, from the tender young age to the various category of youth, declared that the talent hunt will cover the six geo- political zones in Nigeria, including the Federal Capital Territory.
The grand finale shall be held in Port Harcourt , the “Garden City” capital of the Rivers state.
While reiterating that the talent hunt is a UN Sustainable Development Goals initiative, he added that the talent hunt shall be in three categories namely, Music, comedy and acting.
Full details of the entry requirements and prizes to be won, at the event, shall to be released in due course, he assured.