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Nigerian Scholars In Germany Seek To Deploy Skills To Build Nigeria

September 28, 2021

Leader of the group said that the best speakers with high reputation would address each outlined topic at the summit.

The Nigerian Scholars in Germany (NiSIG e.V), a registered Association in Germany, has announced plans to hold its National Annual Summit.

The summit according to a statement by group will hold on the 8th and 9th of October, 2021.


Emmanuel Fadipe, leader of the group said that the best speakers with high reputation would address each outlined topic at the summit.

Fadipe added that topic for this year’s summit is “Leveraging on Academic exposure to build a new image for Nigeria.”

He said, “The scheduled topics will focus on leadership, career, legal orientation, health, ICT, women empowerment, Youth Awareness, Entertainment, Games, Academic Guide, (among many others) with a lot of prizes to be won.

“The Annual National summit which will be held virtually can be attended by all nationalities all around the world with no discrimination of race, status, age,gender or location. To lean more about this programme, kindly visit To be part of the programme kindly visit”

The statement added, “Emmanuel Fadipe who in recent years have been won different leadership and academic awards has yet again been nominated in some categories under the Global Good Governance Ambassadors Award for the third time in a row. Between 2019 till date he has won the Leadership and Excellence Award, Nigerian Youth Advancement Award, Rotary Humanitarian Award, Global Good Governance Ambassador Award (among many others).

“He served the Association at different levels since 2017. ( NiSIG Stuttgart Coordinator -2017/2018, NiSIG National Vice President -2018/2019, National President 2019/2020-till date). He often attribute the unquantifiable greatness experienced by the association during his regime to the cooperation and dedication of all the members of the association , the National Executives, Zonal /Chapter Coordinators and his predecessors. He believes no one can receive anything unless being given of the father-GOD.

“The Doctoral Researcher at the University of Hohenheim, Germany is known for his quietness, outstanding/unique leadership qualities, selflessness, progressive mindedness and love for children. In his speech he hope to someday wipe tears from the faces of the joy-deprived, build a world devoid of discrimination, poverty and societal intimidation. He believe he can someday give every child a sense of royal belonging, showcase and polish their talents and beautify the world through them-through which he can make the world a better place. To this course he is committed and will not relent till his dreams come true.”