Namibia: Myles Monroe to Host Leadership Summit in Namibia

Dr Myles Munroe

Dr Myles Munroe

Well known international Christian leader, Dr Myles Monroe will visit Namibia for the fourth time on 15 October as part of a Greater Love Ministries Leadership summit, ‘Empower the Leader, Transform the Nation’.

An undisputed leadership trainer, Dr Munroe is respected by governments across the world, and is Bahamas youngest recipient of the Order of the British Empire Award (OBE ), bestowed on him by England’s Queen Elizabeth II.

He is also a recipient if the Silver Jubilee Award, the highest bestowed by the Government of the Bahamas for his contribution to civic and social development of his nation and the Caribbean region in general.

A native of the Bahamas, Dr Munroe has trained thousands of leaders in business, industry, education, government and religion. Each year, he addresses 500 000 men and women on professional development.

In Namibia, Dr Munroe will be hosted by the Dr Theo Ben Gurirab during a courtesy visit on 14 October . Geingob has been invited to open proceedings at the Safari Hotel and Conference Centre.

During the evening of 15 October, Namibians from all walks of life will be able to attend meetings, organisers say, at a minimal cost still to be announced. Also in attendance will be national leaders, community leaders and church leaders.

“This event is important as it seeks to create a united platform for Namibian leaders to share knowledge and to network beyond the barriers of political philosophy and church denominations”, says Apostle Goroh, founder of Greater Love Ministries.

Greater Love Ministries is situated in Okuruyangava and focusses on meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the community, especially the youth and young children.

An invitation has been extended to President Hifikepunye Pohamba to address the evening function.

“We, the church must rise to the occasion and take government’s hand in rendering services to the nation and to meet the critical spiritual needs of our nation. Leaders are what we need,” said Goroh.

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