The visit is aimed at further promoting collaborations between Sweden and Nigeria. The Visitor’s Program tagged The Swedish model – accountability, welfare state and social contract delivery is scheduled to hold from 25th – 30th October 2015.
The Swedish Institute says it strives to promote an exchange – dialogue about how accountability and social contract delivery can help create public participation and increased quality of life and has identified Rosemary as a young Nigerian with huge potentials to take up leadership roles in the future Nigeria.
Speaking on this trip, Rosemary Ajuka said:
“’Its absolutely great to be internationally recognized. Didn’t even know anybody knew me sef. LOL. On a serious though, I feel blessed and excited about the opportunity to do this for my country and I hope that more young people will go out there and make Nigeria proud. Nigeria could really use some good press.”
Other participants to go on this visit alongside Rosemary Ajuka include; Member of House of Representatives, Hon Adedapo Lam-Adesina( APC), Alkasim Muhammad Zangina,Executive Director, The Initiative for Equal Rights (TIER), Olumide Femi Makanjuola, amongst others.