Tiamiyu Prudence Arobani is a Principal Correspondent with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the country’s only wire service and largest media content producer. Prudence has over a decade of experience as a journalist, covering the activities of diplomatic missions in Abuja, Nigeria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, United Nations agencies and other international organizations. Prudence is trained as a journalist with a first degree in Mass Communication (Second Class Upper Division) from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria. He also holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies from the University of Jos, Nigeria. Before joining the News Agency of Nigeria, Prudence worked with the Kano State Radio Corporation, ABUTimes, The Pioneer magazine, and freelanced for New Nigerian Newspapers Limited. He has written feature’s on topics including: Nigeria’s leadership role in Africa, 2015 Nigerian elections in the eyes of the world, and the gains of the London anti-corruption summit. Through his participation in this program, Prudence hopes to sharpen his skills to report on contemporary and emerging leadership challenges in Nigeria and on the African continent.