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Meet our President
He is a professor of Animal Science in the Faculty of Sciences, Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma. He is a preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ and currently pastors one of the Anglican Churches in Ibadan. His passion for doing things right and crave for changing negative attitude accorded him to be considered as honorary Pioneer President of the Institute.
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Nigeria needs attitudinal change so the idea of building and certifying change managers that will change our narrative as a people is most welcome. This idea has been greatly propagated by the Institute of Attitudinal Change Managers and more humanistic voices like this need to support and join the train.
Engr. Sir, Dr. Dele Omenogor, DFACM
General Manager, Akleen Oil and Gas Limited, Lagos/Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
The public servants need attitudinal change if they are to truly serve as the engine room of government. Change is a living reality. Thank you, Institute of Attitudinal Change Managers, for bearing and transmitting the right message.
Mr. Reginald Bayoko, MNI, DFACM
Head of service, Asaba, Delta State.
Wao! I am greatly impressed that we have an Institute like this in Nigeria. We need to examine our attitude if we are to make progress as a nation because attitude changes everything. Kudos to Institute of Attitudinal Change Managers! I join the campaign voice for attitudinal change in Nigeria.
Barrister( Mrs) Marie Edeko
Human Right Activist, Past Commissioner for Social Development & Gender Issues, Edo State.
The Institute of Attitudinal Change Managers is what we need in Nigeria today because our problem as a people is purely attitudinal. If we get our mindset right, everything will fall in place. I encourage the Institute to spread its role nationwide. The activities of the Institute have further rekindled my hope that we will overcome our problem.
Mr. Obah Collins
I am most delighted to identify with an Institute that share my passion of grooming the youth especially the younger ones about values, attitudinal change in leadership and becoming attitudinal change vanguard. Bravo to the Institute! I stand for attitudinal change.
Miss Marian Uweru