Thank you for your interest in the Kings Patriots mentorship program KPMP cohort 2.0.

All Interested participants must have the following requirements:


Concept Note

The aim of this program (KPMP4AFRICA) is to raise 1,000 accountable and responsible Leaders/mentors across Africa on or before 2025. This mentorship program becomes necessary due to the extent of moral decadence, lack of focus, indiscipline, and misplaced priorities among young people in Africa, which is resulting in a high rate of crime such as drug abuse, banditry, violence, etc which is mostly attributed to unemployment, but we think differently.

Over the years we have discovered unemployment is just one of the symptoms, especially because of our frequent involvement with youths in Nigeria for over 7 years. We think that the root cause of the increased societal ills we experience in Africa today is because of lack of effective mentorship.

Responsibility and Accountability will remain the order of the day even during unemployability if most youths in Africa are raised with a responsibility and accountability mentality. Every nation will feel the impact of positive mentorship which would result in a healthy society despite the rate of unemployment.

We at K-patriots believe that Accountability and Responsibility in leadership are key to human empowerment and development in any nation, which can only be achieved by a suitably structured and practical mentorship scheme that will produce effective leaders.


To practically assist young people to discover themselves, align with purpose, and use their God-given abilities to attain an established life, through a structured project-based mentorship program.


To develop and establish the strongest mentorship network in Africa before 2025, that reproduce young African leaders who are accountable.


The KPMP4AFRICA 1.0 became our maiden mentorship program that was launched in February through April 2022. This program was endorsed by the ECOWAS Youth & Sports Development Centre, Burkina Faso. At the conclusion of this program, 50 young leaders were conferred KP Ambassadors by the King’s Patriots in collaboration with the ECOWAS Youth Development centre.

Program Duration

This mentorship program will last for 6 weeks. Participants will be required to dedicate a maximum of 2hrs weekly to zoom sessions, other course activities will be carried out on WhatsApp groups.

Methodology/Learning Approach

This program is an annual project which began in 2022. This second cohort of KPMP 2.0 will host a maximum of 100 participants who will be trained & mentored virtually for 6 weeks.

In Leadership, Business, and Employability skills development.

This year, the curriculum will consist of seminars, and video/book review sessions, through group-based projects supervised by reputable instructors.

  • Teaching/Seminar sessions – This will be delivered online via any virtual application (zoom, Ms Teams, etc) by various trainers from Nigeria and other countries across the world.
  • Video/Book review sessions – This will be achieved by weekly-based tasks or assignments which give the participants the opportunity to share lessons from the videos or books in relation to real-life practical experiences.

At the end of the program, every participant is expected to be able to mentor at least 2 younger people by using the same approach and updated materials adopted in the maiden cohort.

At the end of cohort 2.0 there shall be a hybrid graduation ceremony with invited guests where certificates and other awards will be presented to exceptional performers.


All participants must have the following requirements:

  1. Must have a Gmail account
  2. Must have internet access and be available online with at least 2hrs of participation per week on zoom sessions throughout the 6 weeks program.
  3. Must demonstrate a high level of tolerance with other participants in the program.
  4. Must show a keen interest in Leadership and human capacity development, as the goal of this mentorship is to raise at least 1,000 responsible leaders across Africa before 2025.
  5. Must be able to communicate in English (spoken & written) fluently.
  6. Must be active on at least 2 social media handles (Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram or any other.)
  7. Consistent non-participation or redundancy may lead to with from the program.


  1. Provides participants an opportunity to be part of the largest growing mentorship network in Africa.
  2. Prepares participants to connect with mentors and other leaders from around the world.
  3. Exposes participants to leadership roles and opportunities around the world.
  4. A valedictory graduation ceremony & Certificates, and awards for best participants.


  1. This program is entirely free, and all training sessions will be executed virtually.
  2. Grouping will be done in the first week of commencement, with 5 groups of 10 participants each, and 2 supervisors.
  3. All participants must be available online for the sessions to satisfy for award of a certificate.
  4. All assignments or project documentation must be submitted to
  5. Training sessions shall be twice a week online, while other days of the week can be utilized by participants to engage in WhatsApp discussions and forum activities or projects.
  6. Before the end of the program all participants are required to send an HD portrait picture to the email above for the alumni poster.
  7. All participants are required to follow us on: IG– kpatriotsimpacts, join the WhatsApp group: 07088443222, send friend request to :

Project groups

  • Leadership/ Governance – Group 1
  • Community development -Group 2
  • War against Gender-based violence-Group 3
  • Personal & Professional development – group 4
  • Employability and entrepreneurial Fundamentals etc.-Group 5


Week/TimeTopicTrainersReading List
Week 1 sat   11 Am WAT  Onboarding Q & A    Cordinator  Testimonials From Previous Cohort                         
Week 1    mon    7pm WAT  Purpose-driven life, Power of Vision (Understanding Talent, Passion & Personality)    Jude DahiloMan’s search for meaning by Victor Frankl
Week 2   7pm WAT wedPost Pandemic effect on job requirements by organizations in Africa: Focus on Youths  Chinenye Daniel         
Week 2   6pm WAT monThe Mentor leader The role of mentorship in leadershipImpact on African Societies    Dr. Gift Nnomoko   Blessing Ehiwario  Intelligent Leadership – by Alan Hooper & John Potter
Week 3 wed 6pm WAT    Networking Business & Career Understanding how to build healthy & effective relationships. Building Relevant networks toward effective career & professional development  Allan Brian   Arooj KhanThink Big – by Ben Carson
Sat 11am WATMoney Talk Understanding financial intelligence, Assets, Liabilities, Savings and Investments Fund raising for projects.  Eric Chung   Adiimchi OgbonaFrom zero to one – by peter thiel  
Week 4 mon   WATDiscussion   Africa and the virtual space Promoting the utilization of virtual technology in Africa’s workspaceExploring the viability of VR in AfricaImproving Africa’s digital economy          Mr. Ousamane Sade       Elizabeth           
Week 4   wed   WATUN 2030 AGENDA Understanding the SDGS Community engagement strategies Glimpse on the African Youth charter        Lawal Raffia        Dead aid – by Dambisa Moyo
Week 5 Mon    Leveraging Opportunities Identifying Business opportunities in Africa  David ApendaHow to build a multi-billion–dollar industry in Africa from scratch by – Steve Masiyiwa
Week 5 wed    Public Speaking Need of public speaking skills in leadership  Bar. Samuel Chukwu 
Week 6 sat    Revision   Q $ A  
Week 6 Mon  Revision  
Week 7 Public Holiday  Graduation Ceremony Meet & greet session.     Expected guests. ECOWAS AU WHO UN Building Block for peace foundation  


  1. All mentees are expected to attend all speaking sessions and be diligent in the WhatsApp group discussions.
  2. Feel free to ask questions on the WhatsApp group as this is a learning opportunity of its kind.
  3. All sessions are not more than 1 hr:30 and not less than 30min, kindly prepare adequately.
  4. All participants will belong to only one group and be active in the group activities.
  5. This mentorship program is very flexible as it gives you time to handle other endeavors.
  6. As a leader you must take time management seriously, our speakers have been engaged from around the globe, lets us ensure we apply due care.
  7. The link for every zoom meeting will be sent earlier every day, ensure to join 5-10 mins ahead of time.

It is important to note that time adjustments for zoom meetings could be made, hence your participation in groups is very important


  1. Provides an opportunity to be part of the largest mentorship network in Africa
  2. Creates a platform to connect with mentors and other leaders from around the world.
  3. Certificate of Participation will be issued after completion of the program
  4. Exposure to leadership roles and opportunities around the world.
  5. Practical project-oriented sessions with mentors
  6. Assist you to further discover yourself and core abilities.

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