Charles Awuzie Biography
Charles Awuzie (born February 13) is a Nigerian software engineer, pastor, CyberSecurity Expert, CEO of a technology start-up, and international speaker on business, technology, reformation, and leadership.
He is the CEO of Gemsbok Group – a South African InfoTech company.
He holds a Biochemistry degree from Abia State University, a Diploma in Information and Communications Technology, and multiple Certificates in Business Management, CyberSecurity, Ethical Hacking, and Theology.
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|Date of Birth||February 13|
|Net worth||$1.5 million|
|Education||Abia State University|
Charles Awuzie Career
Charles Awuzie began his career in software engineering by learning programming when he was in South Africa. He mastered HTML, Python, PHP, Linux and a host of other languages.
From July 2009 – June 2012, Charles Awuzie was a Senior Web Developer who worked with Afro Rescue Integrated Services.
In 2012, he founded Gemsbock, an I.T company in South Africa where he leads a team of web developers, Mobile Developers and Ethical hackers.
In his website, Charles Awuzie said,
My life’s goal is to contribute to the eradication of poverty in Africa by exposing Africans to the wealth in Technology. To do this, I develop affordable technologies that help Africans to develop (examples are our ScratchBerry Technology, Gemsbok $1-dollar etc) and I speak in conferences to inspire Africans to embrace technology.
Charles Awuzie also ran a ministry in South Africa where he ministered God’sword to people in their numbers.
He is the leader of Charles Awuzie Ministries International and Rescue Mission International. Both organizations are based in Johannesburg, South Africa, where one also serves as the campaign’s coordinator for the “One Big Night of Change Crusades” and the “It’s Time to Heal Africa Conferences.”
Charles Awuzie Net worth
Charles Awuzie has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. He is a Nigerian Entrepreneur and IT Specialist who is the CEO of Gemsbock, an I.T company in South Africa.