Afam Elue is passionate about leaving a healthier environment and safer planet as a legacy for your children and well as his own. He sees a future where public awareness of Green Party issues are commonplace in our society. These include the long overdue renegotiation of our social contract to end poverty, as well as embracing justice and equity, promoting a green economy that creates sustainable green jobs, improving affordable housing and care for seniors, and offering free tuition.
Originally from Nigeria in West Africa, he has been a resident of Long Branch Village in Etobicoke for over 12 years. He is married to Elaine Elue. Together they enjoy family time with their three children, Chino, Kanayo, and Tobe.
Afam is an Investor and Business Consultant, actively engaged in the acquisition and scaling of small- to medium-sized businesses. He is the founder and Chairperson of the not-for-profit African Business Community, which supports entrepreneurs of Afro-descent worldwide.
His professional and extra-curricula background include:
Career in Corporate Banking – Wealth Management &- Project Management — spanning three countries on two continents.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Dallas in Texas.
Prison Ministry Leader at Faith Sanctuary Church for five years, offering encouragement and spiritual guidance (along with 16 volunteers) to inmates of Vanier Center for Women and Toronto-South District Correction, respectively.
Recognized as a chief cultural integrator at Lyconet, where he served the Hungarian/Italian/Filipino/Russian/Polish business communities as regional manager, earning him the nickname “ethnic whisperer.”
In the upcoming Federal election with your support and his professional experience, Afam intends to make a difference for all people (from diverse cultures, generations, and socio-economic backgrounds) living together in our Etobicoke Lakeshore riding.