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The Committee on Mentoring Program (CMP) is a newly formed committee in which the members will meet regularly to plan mentoring programs for youths and students.  The committee believes that mentoring is a professional responsibility.  Hence, the Committee on Mentoring Program (CMP) is focused on providing meaningful mentoring expertise to support the professional development of Nigerian Youths / Students in entrepreneurship. The Committee will engage in the professional, cultural and personal support of the mentees, which will be in the foreground.

Members of the Committee on Mentoring Program (CMP) are:

Rev Dr.  SAMUEL ADEREMI KOMOLAFE OLALEYE has been serving as a Pastor under the Nigerian Baptist Convention for over thirty years. He earned B.Th, M.Th, MAYM at NBTS, Ogbomoso and D.Min at ETS, Igbaja.
His ministry areas of interest are Leadership/Followership development, Church Growth and Missions. He has served as the pastor of some Baptist churches and as an acting Rector of Baptust College of Theology, Igede-Ekiti at various times. He has also served in different leadership positons at different levels in the NBC.
He is currently the Director of Youth and Students’ Ministries Department of Nigerian Baptist Convenion. He supervises youths and students in over 15,000 churches of the Nigerian Baptist Convention. Also, he supervises student ministries in over 200 campuses in Nigeria, Francophone countries and Uganda. He is in charge of Youth and Student Empowerment and Skill Acquisition Programmes.
Dr Olaleye had his training in Katsina in Kaduna State Polytechnic and Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, ECWA Theological Seminary Igbala. International Church Growth Institute, Lagos where he had Dip. Law PGD in Church Growth,  B. th, M. th and D. Min.

Omoniyi Ogodo-Bach was born in Ibadan (Nigeria). There she studied German at the University of Ibadan where she received B.A. in German. She came to Germany as an exchange student at Saarland University. She obtained a master’s degree in Intercultural Communication and European Studies at the Fulda University of Applied Sciences. Her thesis dealt on one hand with the problem area of “trafficking in women and children” and on the other hand with the problem of “gender mainstreaming and gender relations using the example of the Federal Republic of Germany and Nigeria”.
She did her internship with KOK e.V. in Potsdam, where she got more experience about the living situation of women in the Third World and Eastern Europe and got an insight into the problem areas of trafficking in women, human rights or women and children’s rights and migration.
During her studies, she was a scholarship holder of World University Service, Wiesbaden.
She was a guest lecturer during the course of her studies at the University of Applied Sciences, Fulda. She gave series of lectures on “Trafficking in Women and Equal Rights”.
Omoniyi Ogodo-Bach is an Expert and Chief Consultant in Intercultural Communication.  She is also the founder, president and Chief Executive Officer of two organisations in Germany, an organisation and a Forum in Nigeria: Interkulturelles Haus e. V., Interkulturelles Haus Saar e. V. (Germany),  Beracha International Development Initiatives (BIDIS) and Peace and Progress for Nigeria Forum (PPFN).
In addition, she organised many international conferences and seminars in Germany where prominent people, politicians and organisations attended. She took part in seminars on poverty reduction, education (especially for girls), gender equality, European migration policy, trafficking in women and women’s rights. For many years, she presented lectures on “Frauen in Islam” – “Women in Islam” at the Stiftung Demokratie Saarland (SDS).
She contributes immensely to the inclusion of women in the society and labour market.  

Eng. Daniel Oseremen Eromosele is a mechanical engineer, with many years experience in oil&gas,  (upstream operations) worked and trained as a process engineer in gas plant (cryogenic plant). Daniel O. Eromosele is also experienced in down stream sector, currently providing a lasting solution to the sales and purchase of diesel (AGO) in the metropolitan city of lagos and Nigeria as a whole, thereby providing a platform which he calls  “SYSTEM”,  which means: Save Your Self Time Energy and Money.
Daniel O. Eromosele is currently the chief executive officer of SwiftDiesel and Hedia global service limited.  Daniel O. Eromosele has over time exhibited his skills for negotiation in various businesses in both local and international trades.

OMONIYI OLUWASEYI OWOEYE was born in Lagos-Nigeria. He is a native of Ilesa in OSUN STATE, South west, Nigeria.
He has a Bachelor Degrees of Art in English Language, a Diploma in Theology Studies and after a Bachelor of Art in Theology Studies. He has also a Diploma in Photo Journalism at London School of Journalism.
He is the Chairman MEGA WORLD GLOBAL NETWORKS, a Non-Governmental Organisation. He is also a member of many organisations: Nigerian Union of Teachers, Nigerian Union of Journalist, Independent Film Producers Association of Nigeria.
He works at OSUN STATE Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) NIGERIA.
Omoniyi  Owoeye believes that with Hard-work, Determination, Zeal, Passion and Consistent prayers, no height is unattainable in life.
Mr. Omoniyi Owoeye

Mrs Nike Victor-Tade

Committee Goals and objectives are

  • The committee will facilitate the Mentoring Programs, which might be annually. Such programs which match mentors, mentees and peer mentors. Also, such programs will promote leadership skills of the mentees, provide support in career planning and coping with complex work situations etc.
  • Developing partnerships and programs with professional individuals or organisations both at national and international level.
  • Recruits members to volunteer their time as peer mentors, mentors and mentees in the Mentoring Programs.
  • Collects resources for best practices in successful mentoring relationships.
  • Develops and refines professional materials to support a successful start to the mentoring relationship.
  • Provides mentoring-focused Webpage and resources for future members of the Mentoring Programs.
  • Solicits and acts upon the feedbacks from the participants about the effectiveness of the programs and engages in continual program improvement.
  • The Committee will also organize program events for mentors and mentees at the annual conference of the organisation.
  • The Committee members will engage in scholarly activities which include presentations at regional, national and international meetings.
  • The Committee will organise the venue, analyse program data, prepare written materials and make other necessary arrangements for the success of the Mentoring Program.