Abia: Connak Charges Nigerians With Entrepreneurship, Wealth Creation

Abia: Connak Charges Nigerians With Entrepreneurship, Wealth Creation


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Connak Foundation, Ms. Carole E. Sunday, advised Connak Foundation Entrepreneurship Initiative Bootcamp participants to take the program seriously, noting that entrepreneurial development is the only way to create wealth for economic development.

mrs. Sunday announced this Wednesday at the “Five Thousand Dollar Grant” Bootcamp, which will be held in Umuahia as part of the Foundation’s 10-year anniversary activities.

She described Connak Foundation as a private non-profit organization founded in 2012 with a vision to tackle youth unemployment, which has led to social malice and layoffs, by creating opportunities for economic empowerment and growth in the country.

Adding that the Foundation was ready to strengthen the economic capacities of young people and women to become change agents in their communities, Ms. Sunday expressed her gratitude for the organization’s success in raising awareness among young people to look away from white-collar jobs and develop themselves to contribute to the economic development of Nigeria and the world in general.

For his part, Dr Emeka Unachukwu, the lead facilitator of the Connak Foundation Entrepreneurship Initiative (COFEI), added that the initiative is the second largest in Nigeria, pointing out that the whole process is not Abia’s state agenda, but a national one. project aimed at empowering young minds across Nigeria.

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