He is young, handsome and charismatic. His star quality woos you from the go.
His rhetoric about a better Nigeria appeals to even a passive listener. All it takes
is a stage and a crowd and watch Architect Hattinsha Clement Bankat enlighten
you on how to get set free from the conspiracy that has kept younger Nigerians
from aspiring to leadership positions at the corridors of power.
Hattinsha Clement Bankat
The second edition of his annual leadership lecture series set that stage and
Bankat wasn’t alone in this quest; Mr. Samson Itodo the convener of Not
Too Young To Run Movement in Africa was a guest speaker at the occasion who
painted vivid pictures of how bleak the future is for a young Nigerian who isn’t
engaging the system with an intent to carve a future where tribal sentiments and
religion will no longer be the divisible forces keeping young Nigerians from
attaining common goals of higher standard of living.
Don’t mistake Ndi Kato for a Nollywood actress; the founder of PolitiSHEan is one
of those rising divas in the Nigerian political arena whose drive and outspokenness towards ensuring that every Nigerian female is given an equitable civil treatment make her a political player to watch. Her paper presented at the annual leadership series convincingly highlighted the gains Nigeria will enjoy from
treating the women folk fairly in every situation.
The second edition of the annual leadership series hosted by Architect Hattinsha
Clement Bankat with the theme: Making The Patriot was held at Crest Hotels in
Jos. Bankat is young with enviable track record from being a student
union leader to becoming a successful professional in the field of architecture
and other noble fields through diversification. In other words, he is an employer
of labour who is contributing his quota towards a better Nigeria. Will he run?
Bankat's presentation enjoyed rapt attention
Ndi kato(represented) Clement Bankat Samson Itodo