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Access Innovation Concept: From errand boy to big automation boy

According to Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigeria’s unemployment rate is at 23.9 per cent; and 60 per cent of its population are youths, translating to 80 million Nigeria youths.

Our person of focus is a different jigsaw piece. He does not fit here.

Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) is the acclaimed largest study of entrepreneurial dynamics in the world, providing information to help policy makers, civil society and the business community understand the obstacles to nurturing entrepreneurship, enterprise promotion and growth.

According to a survey carried out by GEM, the result of the survey shows that out of every 100 Nigerian adults, 35 are involved in some sort of entrepreneurial activities.

This is the round hole where our round peg fits!

John Belllo Okenyi studied Structural Engineering from the Federal Polytechnic Mubi. He Served in Ebonyi state and swam the murky waters of unemployment until he enlisted to begin a training with a company that installs automated doors controlled by remote control, cards and  biometrics.

In his words, "I was a mere errand boy for installers who were not graduates but I cared less. My determination, focus and zeal kept me going."

So meet John Okenyi Bello, the CEO of Access Innovation Concept. A company that deals with  installation of automated sliding gates, doors, solar inverter, CCTV, electric fencing and automated traffic barrier.

Armed with expertise and great technical knowledge. Access Innovation Concept is the next big thing in the automation world.

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He can be reached on 07069369619 or 08124795317.


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