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15 Questions with Chukwuka Monye

By GuardianLife
20 July 2019   |   7:22 pm
Chukwuka Monye has always been a natural with leadership roles and excellence. Although one might think that he had his future set, Monye who refers to himself as a “local man” says that his interest in business was met with some opposition. We caught up with the Managing Partner of Ciuci Consulting and threw 15 spur-of-the-moment questions his way, from his funniest childhood memory, right down to his favourite football club, and much more.

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