US Consulate is creating more opportunities for YALI RLC Alumni Members to Flourish — Wofai Samuel.

Public Affairs Officer of the U.S Consulate, Stephen Ibelli with RLC Alumni Members.
Wofai Samuel with the Public Affairs Officer of the US Consulate, Stephen Ibelli.

The United States Consulate General played host to members from all it’s exchange programs in Nigeria, which comprised members from more than 10 Alumni Organizations.

The statement released by the Communications Chair, Wofai Samuel, stated:

‘’The lunch event was held on Thursday, September 17th, 2021. We began at 1.00PM. Present at the Event, were:

Hammed Rauf — President RLC Alumni Nigeria,
Wofai Samuel — Director of Communication at YALI RLC Nigeria,
Tinuola Aina — Secretary General of the USGEAA,
Toluse Dove — Deputy Secretary of the USGEAA, to name a few.

The event began with the Cultural Affairs Assistant, Doyinsola Akpalara, demonstrating on the ills of fake news in the society and urged everyone to desist from spreading fake news.

This was accompanied by a welcome address from the Deputy PAO of the US Consulate, she commended activities of all Exchange programs.

Speeches from other exchange programs were shared during this event, in this regard, they emphasized the need for us to look beyond the US Consulate to access funds, request for international collaborations and internal collaborations between one another in our various exchange programs.

Smaller grants will be made available for alumni members to apply in a competitive process

The dates and timing will be shared with us when released next year.

An Alumni summit is scheduled to hold by end of the year and we will be in the know when information is shared.

Highlights on the use of American Corners.
Please visit the E-Library at Home for an opportunity to study and make use of online learning tools at all levels.
Request for Login information by visiting:

Presently, there are 19 American spaces in Nigeria and all Alumni members are tasked to use these spaces in organizing their events.

All you need to do is send in a booking.

Visit: spaces ng
+23414603804/6 for further information.

Speak with a Diplomat: Every last Thursday of the month.

Conversation with an Alum: Every third Friday of the month

Employ ability Webinar:
Every last Monday of the month.

Workshop for Youths — MOOC Camp: Every Tuesday of the Week when in session.

The event came to a close with a speech by the PAO ,who expressed his excitement about the work and commitment of young Nigerians and promised to further support all exchange programs under the U.S as we move forward’’, She concluded.

Yours Faithfully,
Wofai Samuel,
Communications Chair — YALI RLC Alumni Nigeria, 2021.

Twitter & Instagram: @Wofais




Official Page of the YALI Regional Leadership Center West Africa (@YALIRLCWA) Alumni Chapter of the Nigeria.

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YALI RLC Alumni Nigeria

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Official Page of the YALI Regional Leadership Center West Africa (@YALIRLCWA) Alumni Chapter of the Nigeria.

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