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#UEC2020: Valentine Nnamani speaks on the Feedback Series

Ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon and welcome to the 2020 Ugwumba Enterprise Challenge Feedback Series!

We wish to announce that on Monday, December 21, 2020 by 12 noon, we shall feature Valentine Nnamani, the second star prize winner of the 2020 edition of the Ugwumba Enterprise Challenge in Abuja. He is coming to the live show to share with us how he made it to the top finals and eventually won a star prize of Seven hundred thousand naira (N700K) in the tough and highly contested competition.

By the way, Valentine Nnamani is a brand identity designer, who is learning UI/UX, Product design and Motion design. He is an undergraduate student of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the Federal University of Technology Owerri, Imo State.

He is the Founder of BIM and also the Co-founder/CEO of Next Origin Technologies, an energy startup committed to ending energy poverty and improve quality of life. He is passionate about sharing global opportunities, youth empowerment, leadership/entrepreneurship, renewable energy, SDGs, design as well as helping people achieve their life goals. He help startups, brands and businesses grow by delivering designs that create scale and agility in line with his mission of using design as a catalyst for positive change.

Valentine is the Director of Protocols at Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students in FUTO; Public Relations Officers at IEEE FUTO SB; Publicity Secretary at 360 Leadership Forum; Team Lead at Hult Prize On-Campus Competition with certified recognition from Bill Clinton, Ahmad Ashikar, and Stephen Holdges.

He is a 2020 Savvy Fellow; Winner of 2018 IEEE FUTO SB Research Paper Competition; Leveraging ICT tools for business/digital skill certificate holder from MTN with certified recognition from Google, ORACLE, KPMG, Digital Bridge Institute (DBI), D-NA and Federal Ministry of Communications, teaching Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) certificate holder from Microsoft and participated in the World’s Largest Lesson on supporting the global goals for sustainable development.

Woow, our Ugwumba Fellows are usually well endowed and we are very proud of them. So, on Monday, we are featuring Valentine on the feedback series.

To join us live, please, click on the link at

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