Welcome to the Nigeria YPN branch page

The EI YPN Nigeria (currently headquartered in Lagos), is the local chapter of the global EI YPN. Officially launched in 2019.

Our Mission

“To provide young professionals in the energy industry with the right learning, networking and opportunities required to meet the urgent and growing energy needs, both in Nigeria and globally.”

We simply provide young professionals with the right opportunities through mentorship, networking and training in the energy industry.

Nigeria YPN table

Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email ypnnigeria@energyinst.org.

Kelvin Enumah IEng MEI
Position: Chair
Eziagbor Osele
Position: Vice-Chair Events
Chibunna Ogbonna
Position: Honorary Secretary
Iribhogbe Silas Aire
Position: Vice-Chair Sponsorship
Anyebe Yunusa Michael
Position: Vice-Chair Marketing
Anjolaoluwa Shittu
Position: Treasurer

Events and training

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