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Michael Inyang has been leading Steeple Global Services as MD. He has been involved with Youth empowerment,entrepreneurship training and advocacy.Mike believes an enlightened mind will create a successful entrepreneur and that poverty can be eradicated when many young minds are trained and empowered to take their economic fates in their hands using the Internet and other technologies that are so cheaply available today.Mike,in partnership with the Akwa Ibom State Government through the Fadama 3project,community development programs by Private organizations,schools and individuals has been involved in several youth economic,entrepreneurship programs that have benefitted youths in the restive Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Mike holds a BSc from Lagos State University, diploma in Key Accounts Management from the Institute of Sales and marketing management UK and is presently studying for an MSC in Information Systems Management, The University of Roehampton, UK.

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Comment by Stephanie on September 22, 2014 at 4:14pm

Hi Michael, thanks for your self-nomination! In order to be included in the list of nominees for community voting, could you please make sure that you have responded to all the following in your blog post:

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For example, we're missing your country of residence, which is an important detail, as part of the calculations is based on geographical location. It is important that you provide this information by Wednesday 24th September, midnight UTC/GMT. Good luck!



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