ELP nurtures aspiring leaders committed to the development of Africa.  

ELP has two stages:

Stage 1

The Immersion Year 

The immersion Year prepares aspiring leaders for a life-time leadership training, support and growth at the Network of Effective African Leaders (NEAL).

Stage 2

The Network of Effective African Leaders (NEAL)

After the Immersion Year, aspiring leaders  are inducted into NEAL, a special community of leaders committed to the common good of Africa. Its sole goal is to take over the leadership of Africa for good. To achieve this, NEAL members:

ELP Focus Areas

ELP focuses on leadership areas critical to development. They include:

Political Leadership


Media Leadership

Judicial Leadership

Business Leadership

Religious Leadership

ELP Nurturing Process


  • Supports the university education of aspiring leaders through scholarships.
  • Imbues aspiring leaders with the morals for effective leadership via character formation and ethics traing.
  • Inspires aspiring leaders to proffer solutions to social issues via social entrepreneurship.
  • Connects future leaders with exemplary leaders for experiential mentoring.
  • Raises the consciousness of aspiring leaders to the importance of rule law, human rights, good governance and anti-corruption towards the development of Nigeria.
  • Works with aspiring leaders to fight corruption and hold the government accountable.
  • Trains future leaders in effective leadership skills via conferences, workshops and seminars.
  • Positions and recommends future leaders for leadership positions critical to development.
  • Provides healthy space for networking, consensus building and constructive feedback