East Africa Chapter

Mutagubya Ashiraf Muhammad – Uganda 

President

Excellentia International Institute – East Africa

Mutagubya Muhsin Muhammad – Uganda

Vice-President

Excellentia International Institute – East Africa

About Excellentia International Institute - East Africa

Excellentia international institute (EII) – East Africa is a brunch of Excellentia international institute (EII) which is one of the leading institutions that work to develop people from all over the world by helping them tap into their inner wisdom, unleash their potential and develop more self-awareness for a happy successful life they dream about.

We believe in your uniqueness and potential, and as professionals we understand that growth is a process which if handled professionally with customized quality information can create positive change on both the individual and the societal levels, that is why we offer you an opportunity to be part of the family that will facilitate your growth.

We do this by providing services that include: coaching, training and consultancy, both online and offline.

The aim of the establishment the EII East African chapter is:

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To bring all our services closer to the East African community in a very professional and customized way that serves to suit the cultural and spiritual beliefs of the people the land.

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To give East African people access to this practically life changing material and information.

International students

To introduce them to our international family, connect them to professional coaches, trainers and consultants, as we also link them to our diversified big cloud of determined coachees and trainees from all over the world to share experience and grow together as one big family

Our services are offered in three international languages namely: ENGLISH, FRENCH and ARABIC.

 

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If you have any queries, please  do not hesitate to contact us. We will be pleased to get back to you as soon as possible.

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