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Rated: E · Interview · Career · #2106063
A mind-blowing career of Dr. Linus Chinedu Okorie
I was amazed today when my client told me to publish a profile of Dr. Linus Okorie Chinedu, the Founder of Guardians of the Nations International (GOTNI) Abuja. I would have rephrased it to become an official article, but doing that will reduce the impact of the content, hence, I have decided to share the profile as it was sent. I am optimistic that this will inspire the public.


• Nationality: Nigerian
• State of Origin: Imo
• LGA: Oguta
• Sex/Marital Status: Male/Married
• Date of Birth: April 30th 1974
• Contact Address: SB 6 Flat 12, NNPC Quarters Area 11


• President, Guardians of the Nation International, (November 1996 till date)
• Managing Consultant - New Vision Consults (2007 till date)
• Board Member - Imo State University Alumni, (2007 till date)
• Special Assistant (Youth and Leadership Development) to Prof. Pat Utomi - Presidential Candidate, Federal Republic of Nigeria, (2006-2007)
• Executive and Research Assistant to Prof. Pat Utomi, Director, Centre for Applied Economics, Lagos Business School (Pan African University, 2004-2005)
• Chief Research Officer - New Vision Consults (2003)
• Assistant Secretary – National Assembly Joint Committee on Constitution Review (2002)
• Assistant Secretary – Senate Committee on Integration in Africa (2002)
• Special Assistant to Dr. Ezekiel Izuogu, Gubernetorial Candidate of Imo State (1999)
• Head, Politics Bureau – Royal Youth Movement (June 1999)
• Students Union President – Imo State University, Owerri (1994-1995)


• Research/Analysis – “The Social Cost of Corruption”(2008)
• Research/Analysis – “Leadership Capital Demand in Nigeria as an Emerging Economy” (2007)
• Research/Analysis – “The Imperative of Leadership Development in the Sub-Saharan Africa” (2006)
• Research/Analysis – “The Role of the Youth in National Transformation” (2005)
• Research/Analysis – “Why Nations are Poor” (2005)


• Inspiring Vision and Enterprise in the African Youth- Pan African Parliament, South Africa, May 2015
• Inspiring Visionary Leadership in Africa- Young CEO’s Business Summit Ghana, 2015
• Developing Mind Power for Productivity- International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) 2014
• Making the Best Use of Your Service Year to Make a Difference- NYSC Orientation Lecture, NYSC Orientation Camp, Kubwa Abuja. April 2010
• Economics of Leadership- National Youth Leadership and Economic Summit 2010
• Emerging Economy: The Youth Leadership Demand- Lagos State Youth Leadership and Economic Summit January 2009
• Understanding Effective Leadership- Owerri Youth Leadership Summit, March 2009
• Learning to Lead- Regina Pacis College Abuja. November 2009
• Mobilizing for Transformation the Need for the Now- National Youth Leadership and Economic Summit June 2008
• Mind Power for Productivity- Inland Revenue Staff Retreat Lagos 2008
• New thinking for a New Nigeria- National Youth Leadership Summit August 2007
• Leadership for Results- GOTNI National Leadership Summit, Lagos 2006
• Leading in Times of Uncertainties- GOTNI Roundtable 2005
• Developing an Action Mentality Culture- Neimeth Pharmaceuticals Sales Executive Retreat 2004


• The power of Vision and Enterprise (2012)
• The Economics of Leadership (2011)
• Footprints: Leading Beyond Today (2011)
• Innovation: The Imperative of Leadership- Sardauna Issue11 (2010)
• The Demand of Passion as a leadership Capital Skill- Sardauna issue 12, (2010)
• Developing the Courage to Lead- Sardauna ,issue 13 (2010)
• Understanding the Power of Results as the Voice of Leadership- Sardauna issue 14 (2010)
• The Force of Leadership: Vision- Sardauna Magazine Issue 15 (2010)
• Building the Nigeria of Our Dream- November (2007)
• Leading from the Grave- Unpublished book
• Thirty One Things a Leader Must Know- Unpublished book


• Assistant Secretary- Joint Committee on Constitutional Review 2002
• Students Union President- Imo state University Owerri (1998-1999)
• Assistant Secretary- Senate Committee on Integration and Corporation in Africa
• Executive, Research and Special Assistant- To Prof. Pat Utomi of The Lagos Business School
• Managing Consultant- New Vision Consults
• President- Guardians of the Nation International (GOTNI)
• Member of Faculty- Enterprise Development Services (EDS) of Pan African University.
• Member – International Visitors Leadership Programme, USA.
• West African Representative – Adair International, UK


• Hosted over 60,000 people through the GOTNI leadership Development events

• Granted over 50 interviews on major National Newspapers on Leadership development issues, Guardian Newspaper, National Daily, Business -day, Sardauna Magazine, National Daily, Sun Newspaper, The Nation, etc.

• Guest of over 50 television and radio shows to discuss leadership development issues influencing thousands of lives. Programs such as; Kaakaki on AIT, Matters Arising on AIT, The Morning Show on AIT, Sunrise Channels, Rubbing Minds Channels, The Business Morning Channels, Inside out with Agatha Amata on DSTV, The morning show on NTA, Patito`s Gang, Midday Talk on LTV, etc.

• Spoken to over ten thousand students across ten Secondary Schools

• Spoken to over five thousand College Students across five Universities

• Hosted over 20 Leadership Roundtables

• Hosted over 14 National Leadership Summits across Nigeria

• Host of Leadership Clinic on AIT, HOT FM Abuja and Owerri

• Developed several Leadership teaching Modules such as Leadership for Results Modules developed for Business women in Liberia for the Goldman Sachs program in Africa in partnership with EDS and Cuttonten University Liberia.

• Hosted Diaspora Leadership Conference, During the Head of States Meeting in Washington DC, USA. (2014)

• Developed and taught over 250 Leadership Topics on Radio/Television.


• Fellow of International Visitors Leadership Programme (IVLP), Department of State, US Government – 2013
• International Community Service Award for Africa by George Fraser, United States
• Fellow of African Business School (FABS), African Business School, Abuja – November 2014
• Honorary Doctorate Degree, Commonwealth University, Belize – 2013


• Public Service and Governance, Creativity, Strategizing, Leadership Training, Writing, Networking, Reading.


• Prof. Pat Utomi- Director Lagos Business School

• Mr.GamalielOnosode- OFR, Pro. Chancellor University of Lagos

• Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa- President/CEO Neimeth Pharmaceuticals Plc

• Hon. Chris Asoluka- Managing Consultant ,FMT Limited

MastersofArtsinOrganizational Leadership
Regent University, Virginia,
USA (2015)

BachelorofArts(Hons)inHistory and International Relations
Imo StateUniversity, Imo State, Nigeria (2000)

West Africa Senior School Certificate (WASSC)
Government Secondary SchoolOwerri,Imo State,Nigeria (1995)

St. John Primary School, Kumba, Cameroon (1981 – 1988)
Primary School Leaving Certificate.
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