Dr. Chijioke Kingsley Okerue

Adjunct Faculty at ESAMI

 Dr Okerue is a management consultant, facilitator and training programme developer. For over two (2) decades he has carried out different capacity building programmes for government and organisations in the continent of Africa.  He has expertise in areas such as but not limited to entrepreneurship, small business development, administration, organisational development, cultural diversity and inclusivity, leadership, management of change, succession planning, communication and customer relationship management.

He has worked as consultant and facilitator for many institutions including Eswatini Institute of Management and Public Administration, Amadi University College, Eswatini Government, United Nations, Pan Africa Training and Trans African Management Institute.

  • PhD Entrepreneurship (University of Pretoria)                    
  • Master of Science (MSc) Leadership and Change Management (Leeds, UK)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) (MANCOSA, South Africa)
  • Higher National Diploma (H.N.D) in Accountancy (Oko, Nigeria)
  • Ordinary National Diploma (O.N.D) in Accountancy (Oko, Nigeria)
  • Okerue., Eresia-eke. (2023). The Role of Dimensions of Human Capital on the Coping Ability of African Immigrant Entrepreneurs in the Kingdom of Eswatini.International Journal of Entrepreneurship, 27(S2), 1-15.
  • Eresia-Eke, C. and Okerue, C., Forms of Capital and the Creation of Jobs by Immigrant-Owned Businesses in Southern Africa. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship27(01), p.2250003.
  • Eresia-Eke, C. and Okerue, C., Owner-manager human capital and business coping ability in African immigrant small businesses in Southern Africa. Development Southern Africa, 37(2), pp.348-361.
  • Eresia-Eke, C. and Okerue, C., Coping Ability and Employment Growth in African Immigrant-Owned Small Businesses in Southern Africa. Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, 7, pp.890-900.
  • Chukuakadibia, E.E., and Okerue C.K., The nexus of social capital, coping ability and employment creation in African immigrant-owned small businesses. Problems and perspectives in management, 16(3), pp.311-323.