Professor Chaplain General Christian Nwanne.

Professor Chaplain Nwanne is a director of virtual studies at the Divine Institute of Chaplaincy. He had been engrossed in the development of contents and curriculum for studies and training in chaplaincy, peace-keeping, conflict management, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and Humanitarian studies in line with the requirements of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and international Convention and Protocols.

He partners with the Metropolitan School of Business Management (MSBM) UK, Anambra branch, delivery Professional Chaplaincy Development (PCD), and Executive Masters Programme (SEMP). SEMP is a Chaplaincy programme designed to upskill chaplains in response to law enforcement agencies.

He has been recognized by over 200 established and diplomatic institutions around the world, 34 ambassadorial awards, 34 doctoral honorary awards / PhDs, and associate professor with the United College of Brazil of Chaplaincy studies and human resource management.

He is the founder of Don’t Let Them Cry which has made an incredible impact in the lives of many both in Nigeria and other parts of the world. He is currently the president of the World International Economic Group – WIEG Nigeria.

Prof. Chaplain Christian Nwanne is a conflict and peace management expert and media advocate.

In these prolific media interviews, he talks about the importance of peace-making, peace-building, and peace-keeping. According to the Prof, you need to make peace, and build peace before you keep the peace. Watch until the last minute.

Gowon, others task youths on peace, productivity

Former Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, (rtd.), on Thursday in Lagos, charged youths to shun violence and be advocates of peace and nation-building.

Gowon gave the charge at the National Peace Summit and Awards 2022 with the theme, “The Mechanism of Sacrifices and Compromise in Nation Building and Pursuit of Peace for an Emerging New Nigeria.”

Gowon, who attended the event virtually, urged Nigerian youths to rise up to the challenges of nation-building and channel their energy positively.

“In spite of the distraction, I want to urge Nigerian youths to stay courageous. Violence has never solved any problem; channel your energy to things that are productive. Vanguard News -Continue Reading…

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