During the enlightening “Life After School” event, sponsored by the Mass Communication Student Association (MACSA), Mr. Ibrahim Fatoyinbo, an esteemed lecturer in the Mass Communication department at Lasustech, made a significant announcement.
He has graciously committed to covering the costs of registering the businesses of five promising student entrepreneurs with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
Mr. Fatoyinbo, who captivated the audience with his inspiring discourse on “Emotional Intelligence and its Relevance in Navigating Post-Graduation Life,” emphasized his dedication to empowering the next generation of business owners.
This opportunity is open to students with not only innovative business concepts but also well-structured business plans, showcasing a comprehensive understanding of the essential procedures for successful business operations.
“I’ll be assisting five diligent students who have cultivated innovative business concepts and have meticulously outlined their business plans, making the CAC registration process seamless,” stated Mr. Ibrahim during his presentation.
His philanthropic initiative reflects a strong desire to give back to society and inspire young, enterprising minds to pursue their entrepreneurial aspirations.
This effort not only highlights Mr. Fatoyinbo’s commitment to fostering a culture of innovation and enterprise but also underscores the crucial role educators play in shaping the future success of their students.
His impactful endeavor continues to garner attention, showcasing the enduring partnership between academia and business, paving the way for a brighter and more empowered entrepreneurial landscape for aspiring young visionaries.