BIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DUKWE
Founder & Chairman of Dukwe & 21 Pillars for Global Development Equity.
Founder of the New Nation Movement.
CREATOR OF THE WIO INITIATIVE.
Charles Dukwe was born on the 5th of October 1973 to Ndukwe family of Ovim in Isuikwato Local Government Area of Abia state as the first of five children.
He attended constitution crescent primary school in Aba, Abia state where his academic constitution stood far above his equals.
Charles gained the highly esteemed admission into Federal Government College Okigwe on National Merit scoring one of the highest in the country in 1985.
With offers to study medicine in waiting, Charles preferred to invest his academic intelligence in business and studied marketing management in Enugu state university of science and technology. For his final first degree dissertation (project), he wrote the unprecedented concept of ‘marketing for non-profit which Nigeria’s first professor in marketing management (Professor Udeagha) described as "Incredible Astonishing", this was three years before the world’s first professor far marketing management (Philip Kotler) agreed to the concept of marketing for non-profits in his later book. Charles authored the then best selling African play "When the Samba Broke" at the age of 16 and followed it with yet another acclaimed African literature "Wait Until Dawn" at the age of 19.
Charles also authored the Christian best selling biographical poem on Jesus Christ titled "Monument for Christ". Mr. Dukwe took masters degrees in international management from London and the second masters in business administration also from the UK. Charles Dukwe moved to the united state after 4 years sojourn in the UK and became a corporate strategist providing business strategic intelligence to more than 100 US companies in over 27 industries in a career spanning a little over 8 years.
Charles took a break from the business world after 8 years to follow his commitment to equality, working for the Barrack Obama campaign and display a strange ability to still connect his strategic business intelligence to politics, playing a significant role in the election of the first African American US president and was the architect of the highly cherished poem known as the "Obama Soldier" during the campaign.
In his 8 years of corporate consulting and strategy, Charles conducted a personal difficult and resource consuming research on the power of the private sector in the alleviation of the African poverty. During this time Charles innovated over 100 ventures that will aid in the development of Africa and created the theme "New Nation" as the vehicle to deliver these innovative solutions.
Charles is the author of "Compassionate Capitalism" as the key to global peace and became branded as the "African Oracle" after speaking publicly about the imminent danger of greed controlled capitalism as well as predicting the global financial meltdown in a public speech in Atlanta Georgia, USA four years prior to the recession.
Mr. Chairman is a prolific writer, a persuasive public speaker and a senior corporate strategist generally known as "Money Making Machine" or "The man who demystifies billions".
Charles Dukwe has also written over 1000 original quotes. Charles is blessed with two boys - Dons and Shawn aged 12 & 8. A committed bible believing Christian with unhidden passion for the word of God, Charles Dukwe is one the founding fathers of the "Thunderbolts", an anti gang and fraternity group which has led more cult boys to the knowledge of Christ than any other organization in the history of Nigeria.
He currently lives in port-Harcourt, Rivers state and Toronto, Canada and has committed the rest of his life to the development of the African Continent; a journey he believes will surpass 40 years of active services to the motherland.