The League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria

The League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN) was formed in 2015 by some young men and women working as professionals in their different fields of endeavor that saw the need for the socio-economic and political transformation of the Nigerian youths in response to the prevailing predisposition, at the time, of notions of youths as a tool for political vandalism, ethnic division, political thuggery and indifference to the social realities of the nation.

LEPAN LAUDS INEC ON ANAMBRA ELECTION

The League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria LEPAN
commended the Independent National Electoral Commission
INEC over the successful conduct of the Anambra
gubernatorial election.

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PRESS RELEASE: LEPAN DECRIES THE RISING STATE OF INSECURITY AND BLOODLETTING IN NIGERIA

The great British philosopher, Thomas Hobbes, was right when he wrote in his classic, Leviathan, that the life of man...
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PRESS RELEASE: LEPAN DECRIES THE RISING STATE OF INSECURITY AND BLOODLETTING IN NIGERIA
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Why National Assembly must review amount parties charge aspirants –LEPAN

Civil rights group, League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN), has called on the National Assembly to review the amount...
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Why National Assembly must review amount parties charge aspirants –LEPAN
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NotTooYoungToRun Town Hall meeting and ReadyToRun 

In July 2017, the National Assembly in a historic vote passed the Reduction of Age bill popularly known as the...
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NotTooYoungToRun Town Hall meeting and ReadyToRun 
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Anambra elections: group tasks youth to vote massively

As the November 18 Governorship elections in Anambra state draws close, youths have been charged to come out en mass...
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Anambra elections: group tasks youth to vote massively
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