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Kate Henshaw, Harry B, Manjaro, others to speak at Imo Youthpreneurs Webinar

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Plans have been concluded for a webinar that will prepare youths and entertainers in Imo State for the post covid-19 era, according to Hon. Bobby Uchechukwu Michaels, the Special Adviser on Entertainment to Imo State Governor.

The webinar tagged ‘Imo State Youthpreneurs Engagement inthe Entertainment and Creative Industry – Post Covid-19’ will be held viaonline meeting platform Zoom, on Thursday, September 24, 2020 by 4:00PM.

According to Hon. Michaels, the event is a product of acollaboration with the office of the Special Adviser on Skill Acquisition headedby Hon. Chidiebere Godswill Onyebuchi, alongside Agrafair-Iral, the convenersof the programme.

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Hon. Bobby Michaels who is the chief host, further statedthat the event is timely as the world is bracing up for the new normal, addingthat everyone has to do what they can do to stay relevant in the new realitythe world has come to know.

“We’re in a tough time and the transition to what used tobe normal will not happen overnight. No one knows when it will be so we have tostart preparing for first of all, making the best out of the present situationand secondly, being ready for when Covid-19 pandemic will be over globally”

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Also speaking to www.otowngist.com, Njideka Anyanwu, the President Agrafair-Iral, said the aim of the programme is to train youths on how to go forward in the post covid-19 era and the caliber of speakers lined up for the event will share from their wealth of knowledge and experiences in life.


“We chose Youthpreneurs because any county that is notharnessing the potentials of their youths is sitting on a keg of gunpowder. Thisaspect is often ignored in Nigeria, because most youths have some specialskills but do not know how to harness them. If we start engaging them, theywill make a lot of sense out of their lives”

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“We’ll also be teaching participants how to collaborate,because it is very important in life. One man’s business never goes far, but whenyou have exceptional people coming together to something, it is always loud”,she said.

Njideka Anyanwu further stated that the basic thing willbe knowledge before money, because people with money and no single knowledge ofhow to spend it, end up wasting it.

“Participants will get to learn the basics of sellingtheir works from the comfort of their homes” she added.

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Speakers at the at the September 24thprogramme include, Enyinna Nwigwe, Mike Godson, Anthony Manjaro, Chief KingsleeOkafor,  Harry B. Anyanwu, Amb. LonginusAnokwute (Chief Imo), Teena Ogbugoh and ace Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw.

Click here to register for the event or call +2348034056908 for more information.


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