Kerux Academic Institute Set to Host Mentorship Programme for Young People

The Kerux Academic Institute (KAI) is set to host refined editions of its mentorship programme for young people. In an official press release signed by Godspower Oyubu, Director of Kerux Academic Institute,  the mentorship will empower young people and help them redefine what leadership is really all about. 


Kerux Academic Institute Set to Host Mentorship Programme for Young People
One of KAI Academic classes in  March, 2021


The Kerux Academic Institute (KAI) is a non-profit community based organization, a leadership, coaching, training and mentorship program committed to mentoring teenagers/young people within and outside Mosogar Community on Academics, Leadership, Business/Finance, Management/Administration, Public Speaking and other Professional Development Courses that can equip young people and make them relevant beyond the scope of their Academic Disciplines.

First day of KAI Mentorship Class.. 11th January, 2021... 16 teenagers in attendance

Overtime, many graduates from within the Mosogar community and the nation in general seem to be bankrupt of knowledge in vital areas of life outside their field of expertise! This has practically resulted in producing intellectuals who are irrelevant to the society since they can't get jobs touching their field of expertise.


Pictures of KAI Staff members and 2 Uniben Affiliation Mosogar Lecturers at the middle and one Honourable at KAI Orientation Programme @ Ighoyota Primary School Mosogar, Delta State Nigeria.. 1st February, 2021
Pictures of KAI Staff members and 2 Uniben Affiliation Mosogar Lecturers at the middle and one Honourable at KAI Orientation Programme at Ighoyota Primary School Mosogar, Delta State Nigeria.. 1st February, 2021



KAI Mentorship Program also seeks to empower young people and help them redefine what leadership is really all about. Many had misunderstood leadership to be merely occupying a position of influence and this lopsided view has had catastrophic effect in the community and Nation at large. 



KAI Orientation



Director at the middle with two KAI Staff members at Orientation Programme


KAI involves both classroom training and practical training which would include having one on one interview sessions with reputable personalities within and outside Mosogar Community, Seminars where KAI Mentorship Products (Teenagers) are expected to display their Wealth of Knowledge in Public Speaking, Conflict Resolutions, Business/Financial Intelligence, Problem Solving and Leadership.




With hopes that this programme will help build a better Nigeria, the training is completely free and opened to all teenagers and young people within and outside Mosogar Community. The designed curriculum of KAI Mentorship Programme helps to build teenagers and make them relevant beyond the scope of their Academic Discipline. The professional classes hold every Friday between 3pm and 5pm at the Ighoyota Primary School Mosogar, Delta State, Nigeria. You can also contact Keruz Academic Institute by phone call or and email here.

Pictures of KAI Students at First KAI Academic Seminar held 15th May, 2021

KAI Staff Members

Teenagers learning at KAI Orientation Programme






Picture of KAI Staff members and students with copies of book authored by the Director, given free of charge to all teenagers at the Orientation Programme

About the Teenage Girls Leadership Group (TGLG)

The TGLG is an arm of KAI Mentorship Program that focuses on the teenage girl child. The vision of the TGLG is to mentor the girl child intellectually and professionally for future leadership. Many have the myopic understanding that the man should always take the lead in any occasion and women should follow. The TGLG seeks to inculcate in these teenage girls the mentality and attributes of world class global leaders from a young age. Currently, over 50 female teenagers are part of the TGLG of KAI and 15 of them, from records are already taking leadership roles in their schools, churches and volunteer organizations they are part of, instigating positive changes in the different organizations. 




May, 2021 Academic Seminar


Resource Personnel during KAI Seminar: From the left hand side: Mr Oki Ebeigbe (Youth Leader, Mosogar Community), Dr Mrs Bridget Kpomah (Director, Delsu Affiliation Mosogar), Mrs Patience Akpeninor (PDP Women Leader, Ethiope West LGA, Delta State), Hon. Kingsley Akpeninor (Former Councilor, Oghara, Delta State and the one addressing the Teenagers, Engr. Peter Avwojekpaye


KAI Director, Mr Godspower Oyubu, addressing and welcoming Teenagers to KAI 1st Academic Seminar in May, 2021




KAI Director with some members of KAI TGLG at May 2021 Academic Seminar


Group Picture with some Teenagers and other attendees after Seminar, May 2021


KAI TGLG Members who spoke on Leadership during the Seminar, May, 2021

Group Picture after Seminar


KAI TGLG Member, addressing the Teenagers on Leadership during 2021 May Academic Seminar

KAI 1st Academic Seminar, May, 2021


Another KAI TGLG Member, addressing the Teenagers on Leadership during 2021 May Academic Seminar











The Teenage Girls Leadership Group (TGLG) will help bring to limelight the inherent potentials resident in these girls and skillfully prepare them to take up higher leadership responsibilities at Community, National and International levels in the nearest future.


The Impact of KAI on Teenagers and Young People

The Director of Kerux Academic Institute (KAI), Godspower Oyubu, a Master's degree holder of Applied Biochemistry from the prestigious Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, has been mentoring teenagers/young people for 13years. He started a  Mentorship Program during the Covid 19 Pandemic where he offered free Academic and Professional training classes to Teenagers who where home due to the nation wide lockdown instigated by the much dreaded Covid 19. This free training program metamorphosed into Kerux Academic Institute (KAI) on 11th January, 2021 with 15 teenagers and 5 staff members.

The overall vision of KAI is to train teenagers academically and professionally. The idea of professional training is to inculcate in these teenagers an ideology that places value on leadership qualities, management skills and business mindset as unbeatable requirements for transforming the local community and the nation at large. At the start of KAI, four (4) University Lecturers were coming occasionally to train and encourage these teenagers. Within 2021, KAI has trained 115 teenagers (85 girls and 30 boys) and 48 eventually got admission into different Universities while others got admission into various Polytechnics. The long term goal is to train at least 2000 teenagers in Mosogar community and the near-by communities on leadership, management and business in order to prepare them for local and global relevance beyond the scope of their academic discipline.


The issue of fraud is becoming rampant in virtually every community in Nigeria. The high level of corruption in the Nation and poor investment in the education system have contributed to this predominance of fraudulent activity. However, KAI Mentorship Program will help prepare teenagers who will be empowered via high level superior knowledge to combat this moral decadence ravaging our community and Nation in general.







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