At the Conference, the students (better known as delegates) stepped into the shoes of the world leaders to role-play the Ambassadors of the UN member states and attempt to solve real world issues – Climate Change, Discrimination, Terrorism and Refugee Crisis – using foreign objective policies and perspectives of those individual member State/Country they represent.
Notable amongst the attendees are: Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, the Ghanaian High Commissioner, The Ambassador of the Royal Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Abuja, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Head of the department of Public and International Law, Dr. Nasir Mukhtar and Dr. Sherif Ghalli Ibrahim amongst many other numerous dignitaries.
It also attracted the presence of the notable Nigerian media houses including the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), the Radio Nigeria and the Media trust (Publisher of Daily Trust Newspaper).
Meanwhile, the delegates had earlier before the conference taken round the Embassies of their country of representation for proper briefing and authorization. among embassies visited were; Embassies of the Islamic Republic of Iran, France, Cuba, Russian Federation, China as well as Kenyan and Ghanaian High Commissions amongst others