GODSU Junior Ambassador Program Beta Program August 9-18th
Eight young people with backgrounds from America, Jamaica and Nigeria were enrolled in Global Oved Dei Seminary & University Junior Ambassador Program from August 9-18, 2015 at the GODSU Administrative Offices in Miramar, Florida. The following picture shows young people aged 8-20 at the Speakers Dinner, where each youth learned how to write their biographical introductions using a computer donated by our Board of Governors member Folahan Philip Olishile. The youth then went to the Audiovisual center for further training on presentations. All Speakers were trained and led by Her Excellency Cairo Eubanks. During the day a minimum of 6 hours was spent in physical training including activities such as basketball, these activities were led by His Excellency Dakar Eubanks.
Global OVED Dei Seminary & University ( GODSU ) recently awarded a computer and check to young Jason Oboh on behalf of The GODSU Junior Ambassador Program at our GODSU Administrative Offices in Miramar, Florida near Fort Lauderdale. The computer was donated by Dr. Folahan Philip Olishile and Dr. Sanmi Akinmulero. Present are Mr. Godwin Oboh, HE Dakar Eubanks, a Board Member and Chancellor Rt. Hon. H.E Rev. Dr Diane Moore Eubanks JD JD OEA.
The very first Seimens computer from Board of Governors member Dr. Folahan Philip Olishile was donated in July 2015 on behalf of Global Oved DEI Seminary & University by their representative and GODSU Junio Ambassador Director, Her Excellency Cairo Eubanks to Ghanaian NGO, Olaf Palm Peace Foundation International at the UN. In this picture, His Excellency Osoronka Nana Yabani, the Chief Ambassador, explains how this new computer will aid the nonprofit organization in their work with Abused Women and Children advocacy in Ghana and throughout the world.