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FLED International Leadership Institute (FLED Institute) has inducted new members into the different membership categories of the Institute. 

Amongest those inducted at the ceremony which was held

at the National Centre for Women Development, Abuja recently were Mr Jude Chiedozie Nwauzor, Dr Petrus Uche Inyama, Mr Daniel Onyeije; Mr Iwunna Chukwuemeka Linus, and Mr Fagbemi Ayokunle Olaranwaju

Nwauzor, a media practitioner and strategist is currently Head of Corporate Communications Department at Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON). The Corporation is the foremost debt recovery agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria. 

Since joining AMCON from Heritage Bank in 2016, Nwauzor has championed the introduction of some far-reaching communications strategies that has helped to reposition AMCON as one of the most positively visible government agencies that is doing so much to support the economy of Nigeria.

Nwauzor Jude Chiedozie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, and Masters in Public, and International Affairs (MPIA) both from the University of Lagos (UNILAG). As a journalist, he worked with the Daily Times, ThisDay and Daily Independent newspapers for over a decade, 

“Nwauzor is a member of the Nigeria Institute of Public Relations (NIPR); Association of Corporate Affairs Managers in Banks & Financial Institutions (ACAMB), and the National Association of Philosophy Students (NAPS).

The President/Chief Executive Officer Foundation for Leadership & Education Development (FLED

Dr Joseph Chinenyeze Ibekwe administered the oath to the new inductees made up of Students, Associate Fellows and Honourary members. 

The other infuctees are Dr Petrus Uche Inyama, the Country Technical Manager of USAID/PMI Vectorlink Project Nigeria. 

Mr Daniel Onyeije, is a researcher and politician who holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources. He serves as member representing Rivers West in the Nigeria Youth Parliament.

Mr Iwunna Chukwuemeka Linus, on the other hand is a public servant and Deputy Director at the National Broadcasting Commission, Abuja who holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration. 

Finally, FLED Institute also honoured Mr Fagbemi Ayokunle Olaranwaju who is presently the Executive director, Centre for Peacebuilding and Socio-Economic Resource Development (CePSERD). 

The Board and Management of FLED Institute whose mandate include the application of faith-based approach to create and offer human capacity development curricula that enhance leadership competence said the inductees were considered because of their contribution and leadership qualities, which they variously exhibit in their different areas of human endeavour. 

FLED Institute was established on August 15, 1999, and incorporated in Nigeria on January 21, 2010, as a private Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee under the Companies and Allied Matters Act CAP 59, Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. 

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