Sends out a loud message of what to expect from her in 2024

By: Quadri Rasheed Atanda

The Rising Music sensation and Motivational melody maker, Fatiah Oyinkansola Ojediran popularly known as Phatiah dazzled and motivated the participating youths at the Prestigious Olusegun Odufunwa Superior Global Network youth leadership conference tagged turning point ,with the theme "Mindset shift" on Saturday 10th February , 2024 in the S. Ade. Ajayi hall of the University of Lagos.


The recent edition of the event with over three thousand youths in attendance was organised to further take the course of stirring up the youths and inspiring them to the path of life fulfillment to the next mileage. The reason the music youngter, Phatiah was brought in with her healthy music made up of wholeome and motivating lyrics that align with the objectives of the event.

The Crooner of "education", "Jeje", "Hallelujah", "Love is All We Need" and "Children of the World" gave good account of herself as she did not fail in delivering to the applause of the audience, which definitely makes us understand Phatiah has much to offer in 2024. Like all music artistes who know their onions,Phatiah is continually evolving in music as the scores of dignataries present commend her for her kind of music.

Among dignitaries present at the event was Pastor Ituah Igbodalo, who delivered the keynote address and admonished the youths to go beyond their current state to cultivate their failures for goal setting.

Addressing the participants in the course of the program, the Lagos State Commissioner for Youth and Social Development emphasized the need for the youths to possess positive mindsets, while Mrs Oluyinka Oye Bamgbose, Director of partnership in Lagos State ministry of Wealth creation and Employment who stood in for the commissioner, appreciated the organisers just as she admonished the attendees to utilize the conference to the best of their abilities.

Also in the program was Kate Adesomoju, founder of Spectrum Holdings and Spectrum Innovation Technologies who was also present as a speaker to encourage the participants, while Mr Peter Ajayi was present to represent Mr Tayo Ayinde, the Chief of Staff to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

It was indeed an event worth it, given its mileage in terms of positive impact on the youths and Phatiah's artistic contributions to the program was by no means a mean one.

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