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NYCN Europe names Vivian Vincent as youth leader in France

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The National Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN Europe, has named Princess Vivian Vincent as youth Ambassador in France.

The governor of the council, Ambassador Collins Idahosa in a chat with Vanguard stated that Princess Vivian Vincent has what it takes to lead the youth in the country.

According to him, Vivian is a promoter of African music and cultures in Europe, creating social awareness through cultural exchange, educating and supporting young talents in communities on the internet and social media.

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“She is the founder of Vintess Innovation Entertainment France, as well as Dream Builders Movement, a Motivational and Inspirational Movement for Youth, and the owner of the Talent Unmasked Project. In May 2014, she founded Vintess Innovation Organization France and the “New Africa Needs Change” Project; a movement for young generations to gain opportunities for a better future for every youth in all societies.

Her initiative also included the Queen Iden Rebirth Foundation; a project to commemorate the late Queen Iden N’Okpokhuo who made ultimate sacrifices for the restoration of Obaship and the Great Benin Kingdom.

Vivian’s first official single ”One of a Kind” was released on February 5th, 2013, and hit the Top 200 chart and Top 50 chart in the USA. The second single: “WET” was released on April 8th, 2013, and went viral. November 20th, 2014, she released “Peace and Unity” also went viral, had worldwide radio Airplay, and charted for 8 weeks in Top100 of iTunes music.

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Speaking on her vision for the youth in France, Vivian said: “It is my duty and responsibility as a Nigerian Youth Ambassador to help Nigerians integrate into French society under the French and European laws that govern all immigrants in France.

“Our Nigerian community in France is facing several difficulties, such as immigration issues, housing issues, injustices, etc; however, in my capacity, I will serve as a bridge between the government and the people. My interest is to build a channel of peace and unity among the Nigerians in France,” she said.

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