…Prof. Adesugba, Victoria Akai advisors, mentors
By Lubem Gena & George Alex
Another feather has been added to the cap of Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, the President of Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).
He has been invited by the authorities of the Baze University, Abuja to become its Patron to the Network of African Students Entrepreneurship (NASE) club.
In a letter to that effect signed by the Coordinator of Entrepreneurship Programme of the University, Mr. Shulammite Paul, Prince Kayode was described as a man whose wealth of experience, midas touch, contacts and wherewithal can be used to effectively impact of budding entrepreneurs.
According to the invitation letter which was exclusively obtained by Chamber Telegraph, Prince Kayode was enjoined to use the opportunity to contribute to the much needed efforts to building the nation’s economy from the entrepreneurial perspective.
He is to work to “impact on young and vibrant minds at the University with a special focus on making the institution entrepreneur hub commited to creating innovative solutions to social and economic problems by exposing her students to relevant creative skill development experiences thereby making them solution providers to the socio-economic problems bedeviling their communities and the nation at large.
“Your valuable experience in this very frontier is needed to help the university achieve this laudable goal.
“In line with global practice and to meet the needs of their immediate communities, we will certainly appreciate your assistance and experience in putting this in place”, the institution emphasised.
Similarly, the Provost of the ACCI Business Entrepreneurial Skills and Technology (BEST) Centre, Prof. Adesoji Adesugba and Director of the Vemtre, Victoria Akai were selected to serve as advisors and mentors.
The Baze University said it is poised on creating an entrepreneurship centre in the institution to enhance skill training opportunities to her student in line with the global practice and digital age to meet with their needs of their immediate environment/communities.
BAZE University is focused on making the institution an entrepreneurship hub which is committed to creating innovative solutions to Social and economic problems by exposing her students to relevant creative skill development experiences, thereby making them solution providers.
They will be inducted at the launching of the Baz e University chapter of the Network for African Students Entrepreneurs (NASE) on the 16th of July, 2019.