What We Do


The Reposition Summit is a spiritual transformational leadership summit that provides a platform where participants are equipped with the superior ideas and information that our nation needs to thrive. The Summit focuses on taking the eight mountains of society through changing the belief system of participants so they take up God’s perspective on any matter. The outcome is repentance, a new attitude and a change of behaviour and this will enhance their productivity, take charge and stand out in all spheres of society.

Our summit reorients the participants to stop trying to control their life by controlling their behaviour but to receive permanent change through a deep relationship with God not religion which brings restoration and renewal. The implication is one; new information and ideas, though vital are not enough in themselves to transform us. Our faculty of thought must be made new. Secondly, we live life from the inside out. Our behaviour will permanently change only when our minds change and renewal is the work of the Holy Spirit Our summit repositions people to become authentic leaders in every mountain of society.


SETFIC is the program we do in secondary schools. We discovered that the decadence of values in our society has corroded the schools and youths in Nigeria. This is the harsh reality we face. our aim is to resolve these values long forgotten or abandoned in the secondary schools by educating the next generation with a specialized curriculum not typically offered in secondary school to bring reformation, transformation and development in the life of the students and the nation at large. The above is achieved as we provide specialized services and opportunities for identity restoration, value re-orientation, mind transformation, life skill development, vocational skills, change in beliefs and behaviour.

Given that young adults comprise of over 50% of the entire population in Nigeria, legitimately regarded as the future leaders; they are, potentially and actually, the greatest investment for a country's development. They serve as a good measure of the extent to which a country can reproduce as well as sustain itself.

The goal of this project is to realise young adult (secondary school students) who are the foundation of the Nigerian society and who through their energy, productivity, character, and orientation will define the pace of national transformation, reformation, development, and the economic, social, and political security of the Nigerian nation.


Each time Money, Sex and Power is staged in a particular school, it ignites a flame in the hearts of the students, stirring them up to do good works. They are then put together in a network that provides a platform for them to unleash their potentials through voluntary service to their host community.

The Reposition Network recruits, trains, organises and mobilises students in Nigerian tertiary institutions by providing information through periodic training, seminars for project execution aimed at producing authentic leaders in every sphere of influence. The whole aim of the network is to raise ambassadors of transformation, reformation and development in the various campuses. For every city where a Reposition Network (RN) is planted, they would naturally engage and embark on projects with the cultural context of the community. They also pioneer the Dreams Club project for secondary schools around their campus community.

The mandate of Reposition Network is to “rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated; we will renew the ruined cities that have been devastated for generations,”


The need to remain flexible and move in tune with developmental trends as well as to be able to program for the ever increasing of the people we serve gave rise to our Research & Development arm.

This help us provide best practices in our programming as well as provide templates and bluer prints for other organisations.

Our research and development program provide services in but not limited to Education; Business & Leadership Development; Science & Technology; Belief System; Family; Culture, Arts & Entertainment; Government & Politics and Media.