ECOWAS appoints Nigerian poet Oshodin as youth ambassador

Celebrated Nigerian Poet, Godspower Oshodin has been appointed by West African (ECOWAS) Youth Council, as Youth Ambassador of the organisation.
This is contained in a letter to Oshodin by Mr Emmanuel Williams, President, ECOWAS Youth Council (EYC) on Tuesday in Abuja.

In the letter the EYC described Oshodin, who is also a journalist and a PR Consultant as a very hard working man and diligence in the area of service to humanity.

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”His commendable works as an advocate and relentless crusader of promoting entrepreneurship for African youths was laudable.
”I am pleased to confirm that the board of the West African (ECOWAS) Youth Council on the recommendation of its young people has appointed you as a West Africa Youth Ambassador.”
Oshodin, is the author of a globally acclaimed book titled, ” A poet who died by his poem,” a compilation of poems that speaks to multiple situations.
The EYC said it is looking forward to his express positive impact to the organisation and region.