Register for CJ 2017
Enlargement(18th Edition)
Dec 27th - 30th 2017
Faith Academy Canaanland, Ota
A YDi Youth Conference
Homecoming Of
Manifestation of grace, glory and grooming of the Joseph generation
Camp Details
The Word, One-on-one Counselling, Academic, Family, Politics, Social Entrepreneurship, Career & Business Seminars.
Special Marriage Clinic, Sport Activities
Theme: (the Enlarged Class)
Color Code: White & Black
DINNER FEE: 1000 Naira Only Per Head
Registration & Accommodation
Registration & Accommodation Fee: Nil
Feeding will also be served free %F except for the dinner night, extra portions will be paid for. CRECHE AVAILABLE too
There would be Squad activities on camp... Other incentives to come to camp include free uber rides for people who participate on Instagram engagements. Instagram Handle @officialydi Follow the handle for registration details
For further enquiries please call: 012934286

Dr. Sam Oyemade
Financial Expert And Gospel Minister
Sam Oyemade is a Chartered Accountant of about two (2) decades and Chartered Tax Practioner with many years professional experience as an external auditor,Tax and Business Management Consultant to many reputable Organisations & Institutions.

He is the President Bearer of Light Missions World Outreach and MP Sam Oyemade & Co (FCS)

Pastor Mrs. Hettie Ogbe
Gospel Artiste/Minister
Henrietta Nwanefulu Ogbe is an accomplished gospel artiste, prophetess, astute administrator and minister of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

She is the better-half of the founder of Young Disciples International; Pastor Joe Jesimiel-Ogbe, and co-host of the Camp Joseph annual youth retreat.

Pastor Joe Jesimiel-Ogbe
Pastor And Youth Mentor
Joe Jesimiel Ogbe is a prolific author, Youth Minister, Educationist, and Senior Pastor at Greathouse Mandate Church, Lagos, Nigeria.

He is the Founder/ President of Young Disciples International (YDI), a non-denominational and non-governmental Christian youth Ministry committed to raising godly successor leaders.

Temitayo Bukoye
Chartered Arbitrator and Chartered Secretary and Administrator
Temitayo Bukoye was one of the 8 young Nigerians to have come out of the Nigerian Law School with a First-Class degree in 2015. She graduated top of her class from the Class of 2014 at the Babcock University School of Law and Security Studies, having qualified as a Chartered Arbitrator and Chartered Secretary and Administrator with distinctions. Tayo has since been attached to the corporate commercial department of the law firm of G. Elias & Co, one of the top tier law firms in Nigeria and has been recognized for several awards for her academic prowess and service to humanity. She likes to read, travel and listen to music in her pass time. She will be speaking Grades, Purpose and Abilities (GPA): Striking a balance for Academic Heights

Dayo Nigeria
Adedayo holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Obafemi Awolowo University and he has authored 3 books on leadership development and written numerous unpublished poems. He was recognized as one of the 1,000 outstanding young leaders committed to impacting the continent from Sub-Saharan Africa and was selected to participate in Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Initiative started off by the former US President, Barack Obama.Adedayo trained as a civic leader at the Staley School of Leadership Studies, Kansas State University and runs a Leadership Clinic in 4 Nigerian States among many other leadership sessions he facilitates across the country.

Adekunbi Adeoye
Kunbi is the executive director of SESEWA; a company she founded while still in university in 2009. She holds an LLB from Obafemi Awolowo University and was enrolled as a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria in 2010. Her company, SESEWA is at the forefront of providing internship and career opportunities for Nigeria's young generation and she is building a legacy for internship businesses in Nigeria. Adekunbi is a frequent speaker at youth events, and a big inspiration for young people in Africa. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, she hopes to expand SESEWA programs across several states in Nigeria and beyond to neighboring cities in Africa.