Nigerian-American multimedia journalist, Chika Oduah, sure isn’t your regular pen pusher. Far from it. With her work in television news production and as a writer and photographer, she has continued to tell and preserve the African narrative.
That this young man won the 2016 Future Awards in Education may not be a big surprise. With a first-class degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Lagos, he is sure not a stranger to laurels. It’s, however, instructive that he decided to channel his knowledge to education, therefore portraying a desire to secure a stable future for other young people in the country.
How far can one ever go with making up faces and fixing hairstyles? Well, very far if you were Theodora Mogo. For every young person out there who has ever believed in not just dreaming about also chasing the dream, as well acquiring the relevant skills to make the dreams come true, Mogo’s story will continue to inspire.
Fatima Askira, a 26-year-old Botany graduate of the University of Maiduguri, is making positive contributions towards alleviating the sufferings of girls/women who are displaced as a result of Boko Haram menace in north-east Nigeria.
FolarinFalana (Falz), son of the renowned human rights activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, will probably be mistaken as just another fortunate Nigerian kid born with the proverbial silver spoon.
Chude Jideonwo – Inspiring Generations Of Africa’s Youth
Retelling Chude’s story has always been a beautiful exercise. But how does one, in only a few sentences, sufficiently portray a so far 31-year sojourn on earth that has been filled with so much activity?
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