I am a Nigerian by birth and currently based in London, United Kingdom since September 2009.
I have a BA in Economics from London Metropolitan University and an MSc in Management (Entrepreneurship) from Durham University.
I have acquired several work experience throughout my time in the United Kingdom, which includes street/office cleaning, London underground station cleaner, security officer, waiting staff, cancer research fund raising, sales assistant, cashier, event personnel, delivery driver, parking attendant, traffic management, team leader, site labourer, site supervisor and site management in the UK construction and railway industry.
My Vision for Centaville has been shaped by my personal life experience living alone as an immigrant in a foreign land far away from home and family. It is a sweet and and mostly sour experience if I have to be honest, but it was necessary for my personal development which has fuelled my passion for Centaville; in creating a community to serve one another, to make possible in bringing the content of my mind into reality, to become an incubator for young entrepreneurs and business owners across the African continent, boosting economic development and facilitating Africa's Economic Development overall. My "Unique System" cuts of all bureaucratic red tapes and ease of doing business with Government and Investors, while creating a 21st century environment accessible to the less privileged and ambitious young individuals across Africa, from an African perspective - Attracting the Millennials, Generation Z and Generation Alpha.
Question: Why are you doing this?
Answer : This is necessary for African Economic Development, according to latest statistics, the African Population consist of a significant large number of economically inactive young people below the age 35, the future generation, the millennials, Generation Z and Alpha. The African Democratic system does not connect to most of this generation - I mean our most industrious generation.
Question: How are you funding this?
Answer: By myself so far
Question: Why are you funding this yourself?
Answer: I wish I did not have to fund this by myself - you don't find people who believe and subscribe to the dream of others so often. worst of all, when you exist in a society where you are classed as minority, they are no much for help available, and even when help comes, I may not have time to attend to it.
Question: What Kind of Investors are you looking for?
Answer; Currently, I am looking for specific type of investors, most preferably like minded individuals, those investors who are passionate about community development in Africa, who are willing to listen to learn, and to follow the company step by step processes which in turn will create for them enormous financial gains in the long run and a sense of belonging in solving the economic problems of the African Continent.
Question: Why should I trust to invest at Centaville?
Answer: Well, in simple terms, Until you try! it really depends on your motive as an investor. If you are interested in community development whereby your funds will be managed in such a way it empowers other great minds - Africa's industrious generation, to unlock their potentials which will be converted into economic development, then Yes, you can learn to trust Centaville. In the bigger picture, there is more for the investor than just monetary gains, but a new line of business, which will make them subconsciously realise themselves like a CEO with endless possibilities across the continent of Africa, you become part of the community, the internal structure of Centaville. there's so much more for the investor especially at this founding stage. Hence, If you are an investor and this does not make sense to you, then most certainly you are not the type of investor I am looking for right now at this beginning stage.