Image default

Founder Of Summit Bible Church Empowers 6 Entrepreneurs With N2.4M

The Founder of the Summit Bible Church, Dr Andrew Osakwe, has empowered six (6) entrepreneurs with $1, 000 each to boost their businesses an equivalent of N400,000 totaling N2.4 million.

Speaking at This Generation 2021 Conference’ with the theme: ‘Taking Responsibility: Enabling Entrepreneurs’, in Abuja, Osakwe disclosed that gesture was aimed at shoring up the businesses of entrepreneurs regardless of their denomination, and for them to also help others.

The winners included the Co-founder of Aura Shop, Asala Bisola; CEO of Ohifumere Designs, Adeoye Esther; Kitchen Call Seasoning, Precious Zamdayu; CEO of Arike Brand, Vanessa Vese; CEO of Kineo Relocations, Darlington Onwukwe; and Mary omoloyin, CEO of Channi Couture.

“For the 2021 edition of This Generation Conference, we introduced a special component to the conference which is a 6 weeks faith-based business accelerator for young entrepreneurs to support them with businesses development and growth skills.

“In addition to the training, 6 outstanding participants will, each, receive a $1000 or 400,000 business grant to support their entrepreneurial ventures.

“This is one unique ways of contributing to efforts to quickly improve our economy and create jobs in the post COVID-19 recovery era,” he said.

The Project Coordinator, Kingsley Bangwell, assured Nigerians that the empowerment would be sustained, stressing that it would accommodate not just members of the church but budding and successful entrepreneurs across the country.

He said: “For those who know Pastor Andrew, you will know that he is a man of vision and conviction. He does not do stuff without conviction.

“So, for him to be doing it that means there is conviction and in that conviction rests the sustainability of the programme of a project like this.

“All of this was sponsored by the church. We are using this opportunity to call for partnership with people who can work with us,” he said.
The three guest speakers, namely; Mosunmola Umoru, Jumoke, Dada and Jerry Mallo, encouraged participants to hold on to God and believe in themselves.

Umoru, who is the CEO of Honeysuckles PTL Ventures, tutored entrepreneurs to learn the habit of giving to God no matter how little.

She implored them not to be shy in indulging in any legal and meaningful venture to eke out a living regardless of societal reactions.

For Dada, who is into furniture making, disclosed that the outbreak of COVID-19 was a turning point in her business having gambled with her school fees to sustain her business.

According to her, entrepreneurs should taking advantage of the internet like creating a website furnished with quality brands.

Mallo, on his part, wants entrepreneurs to test the climate of business by starting small before embarking on big projects

Related posts

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More