Season 1,
31 MINS

#23: Emeka Ossai – The Future Of Nigerian Graduates

February 20, 2017
MP3

Emeka Ossai, the founder of the Nigerian Campus Enterprise Challenge, talks about his goal of training 1 million Nigerian entrepreneurs by 2020. He also discusses how the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Initiative is helping him build his business.

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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Emeka’s background (1:28)
  • Why Emeka applied for the YALI program (2:36)
  • Starting the Nigerian Campus Entreprise Challenge (6:04)
  • Why Nigerian graduates should start taking entrepreneurship seriously (8:38)
  • How to get ideas from students (12:25)
  • How to build a community (15:05)
  • Emeka’s dream for Nigeria (27:42)

CONNECT WITH EMEKA OSSAI:

Website: The Nigerian Campus Enterprise Challenge

Facebook: Emeka Ossai

Instagram: Emekaenterprise

Twitter: EnterpriseChall

CONNECT WITH IVEOMA:

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Facebook: Iveoma

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Instagram: Iveoma_okparaeke

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