The National Association of Liberated Tigers (NALT) Club International has urged the Federal Government to deepen the rule of law, respect human rights and ensure the dignity of man.
Its Chairman, Board of Trustees (BOT), Mr Chidi Nwokeabia, made the call on Friday at the Communion-3rd Biennial Conference, organized by NALT Club International in Abuja.
The theme of the conference is “Change Management and the Challenges and Prospects of Sustaining Institutions’’
Nwokeabia also urged the youth to eschew anger, violence and toe the line of seeking redress diligently through all lawful means.
“Our message to Nigerians and political leaders as we fashion a new Republic is to deepen the rule of law, respect human rights and ensure the dignity of man.
“In communities across the nation, I urge the youths to eschew anger, violence and toe the line of seeking redress diligently through all lawful means,’’ he said.
The BOT chairman congratulated his members who won elective offices for well- deserved victories, urging them to use their mandate to further champion the association’s ideals for social justice in the larger society.
In his address, Dr Agada Elachi, who presented a paper titled “Change Management and the Challenges and Prospects of Sustaining Institutions’’ said that the only constant thing in life was change.
According to him, the change process is constant and every organization must evolve with the times or suffer extinction.
Elachi said that leadership played a critical role in change management by setting the vision, communicating the need for change, and guiding the organization through the change process.
“Organizational change depends on leadership, whether transformational, transactional, charismatic, visionary or situational.
“In all, a successful change manager should be able to lead and enable the people in the organization to accept new vision, new behavior and new culture,’’ he affirmed.