Abia State University, Uturu Nigeria

Okezie Nnamdi Ogbonna 

 

Wednesday July 11, 2018

Today was an eventful day at the PrinterNet Cafe at Abia State University, Uturu as we had 4 students who joined our team of students at the university one of the students studying History and International Relationship with skill and experience in graphics design expressed interest to write on the Jewish origin of the Igbo ethnic group of South East. Nigeria. Others expressed interest to join the mentoring group in order to learn the skills required to startup an online/offline clothing store company and others expressed interest to startup a food production company.

We also introduced the idea of starting an online MBA program in Entrepreneurship affiliated with Abia State University, Uturu with Dr. Sam Agu who is the director of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies at Abia State University. we have scheduled an appointment to see him in person at this office and talk about the modalities of the MBA program.


Friday, July 6, 2018

It has been a great week with the arrival of myself founder of Startup Africa and Project co-manager the PrinterNet Cafe Nigeria (Okezie Nnamdi Ogbonna) and resource partner in Book production and leatherworks at Abia State University, Uturu- Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies (Chukwuma Uduma) where the PrinterNet Cafe and Startup Africa Mentoring and Incubation Hub was set up on Wednesday July 4, 2018.

I installed 3 computers with WiFi internet access to provide a PrinterNet node for the students at Abia State University, Uturu Eastern Nigeria. In just three days, the hub has been a beehive of activities as up to 20 students visited the hub to signify interest to join our incubation project as mentees.

As a follow up of the meeting with Dr. Sam Agu we agreed to schedule a meeting between Startup Africa Team/Dr. Sam Agu/Abia State University ICT Team and Abia State University News Team next week to integrate Startup Africa formally into the program of the Centre For Entrepreneurial Studies via the website of Abia State University, Uturu- Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies.