Over the years, KPMG’s Fareed Hosein and Kenneth Adumekwe have facilitated Junior Achievement’s Business Ethics and Economics for Success programmes at government schools.
Mr. Hosein became involved in the programme five years ago to teach students “Economics for Success” and other financial aspects as part of their Life Skills curriculum. Mr. Adumweke joined the programme earlier this year to help facilitate the Business Ethics programme. In the programmes that run for one semester, students learn practical lessons and the importance of education and career goals.
“I hope my contribution to their learning as part of this programme and overall outlook on the importance of education will be a lasting one.” Mr. Hosein said.
“Students undoubtedly benefit by having professionals in the industry passing on their real life working experiences and perspectives which cannot be developed within a rigid academic curriculum,” Mr. Adumweke added.