Master of Public Policy (MPP), Willy Brandt School of Public Policy
Emmanuel is currently a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt. At the Willy Brandt School, he specialises in international and global public policy and development and socio-economic policy. Emmanuel has professional experience in Germany, Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa. His professional interests are public sector reforms, democratic institutions strengthening, and building state capability. He has developed skillsets in programme management, policy research, and advisory, strategy, and technical writing.
Emmanuel has consulted for the African Union Pan-African Parliament (Committee on Rural Economy, Agriculture, and Natural Resources); the Edo State Skills Development Agency, and the Edo Innovation Trust Fund, where he was instrumental in developing policy frameworks that led to the creation of these organisations.
Emmanuel is a recipient of prestigious early career fellowships such as the DAAD Helmut Schmidt Programme scholarship (2021); Policy and Legal Advocacy Center Legislative Internship (2018); Mandela Washington Fellowship (2017) and the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) West Africa Fellowship (2016), both in public management.