Bayelsa-based top consultant and CEO of Skillporte Multinational‚ (Prince) Ekemini A. Udo, has revealed that the ongoing Empower Bayelsa Initiative is on a mission to train 10,000 youths and women to be employable and have Entrepreneurship skills.

Prince E.A Udo, fondly called SME Priest, who was recently in Lagos state, inducted into the Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management, is the Founder and Lead Strategist of Skillporte Multinational, a Capacity Building and Business Support Ecosytem for Entrepreneurs in Africa aimed at building and empowering a generation of exemplary leaders who would be committed to national development as they attain personal and professional excellence.

His Induction ceremony was witnessed by top Executives from CIHRM, NITDA and the Government. Prince Ekemini believes strongly in transforming Niger Delta youths to highly sort after Skilled professionals.

The Skillporte Boss who has shown passion for Human Capacity Development, Enterprise Support, Wealth Creation, Nation Building as well as Youth and Women Empowerment over the years is part of the drivers of different impactful initiatives which include Skill Boot Camp, Vote Right Campaign, Empower Akwa Ibom, The Funding Conference Abuja, Diri-Boost and the ongoing Empower Bayelsa Initiative.

When Friends and business partners who turned up to celebrate him during the induction in Lagos tried luring him with offers to relocate his team to Lagos saying that he needs where his skills will be most appreciated and his initiatives supported, the young consultant replied;


“Bayelsa might not be where Lagos is yet, but I can tell you that Bayelsa and other states in the Niger Delta is blessed with great potentials and we trust that with the right Initiatives, Leadership and collaborations, outstanding products and people will be exported to the World. Just keep praying for me and my team, then give us time.”

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