Nigerian carrier, Dana Air; has announced that it will be partnering Talentcity Billionaire College Ltd, for the pilot edition of the first-ever sky seminar scheduled to hold in June, 2016.
Skythought is a post Billionaire Christian Conference mentorship program, designed to raise entrepreneurial giants, revive the unending business spirit among Christians, and build a city that will ride above limitation: a city without poverty.
Commenting on the partnership, Dana Air’s accountable Manager, Mr Obi Mbanuzuo, said ‘’this partnership between Talentcity and Dana Air is unique. This is the first- ever sky seminar and we are proud to be part of this epoch- making event.’’ Obi advised prospective candidates to take advantage of the opportunity that Talentcity is offering them.
According to the President of the College, Mr. Olatayo Ajiboye, “we are taking 140 potential billionaire Christians to the sky for a sky seminar, in-flight inspiration and revelations. These participants will be selected through a rigorous screening exercise to enable us raise an army of Christian entrepreneurs in an unusual environment that will dominate the global economy with their wealth and wisdom through the power of God.’’
Speaking further, Olatayo said, there will be a fundraising in May, while the sky seminar will come up on the 10th of June, 2016. He noted that the funds realized at the event, which will have top government functionaries, Kingdom giants, and captains of industry in attendance, will be used to sponsor the participants.
‘’Interested participants are expected to have leadership qualities, be interested in building organizations, developing global community, interpersonal relationship, and must have kingdom orientation and mentality.’’
Olatayo, while urging candidates to visit www.skythought.org for more information and registration, appealed to corporate bodies to support the initiative. Our mission is to raise Christian entrepreneurs that will build visionary organizations across the length and breadth of the global community’’ he said.
By: Sade Williams