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The month of August  was about transforming small businesses in Ilorin all thanks to my amazing friend and baddest trainer Samuel Famolu.   We trained over 400 businesses in batches of 30-100 people on how to transform their business with Digital tools. The training included how to...

I will always remember moving back to Nigeria in 2017 filled with a lot of uncertainties because almost everyone that heard that I was coming back had made sure to remind me of the unemployment statistics in Nigeria. So, imagine my surprise when I got over...

  I will always remember moving back to Nigeria in 2017 filled with a lot of uncertainties because almost everyone that heard that I was coming back had made sure to remind me of the unemployment statistics in Nigeria. So, imagine my surprise when I got over...

I am honored and very excited to take place in some amazing activities this month. Go through this post, if you find something that interest you, do sign up. Microsoft Office Masterclass- Currently Putting together a free Microsoft office masterclass for young people in Ilorin....

I recently put together the first ever Ilorin Digital summit, an event for young people in Kwara State. In my 7 months in Kwara State as a Corps member, I have come to realise that Kwara State has over 10 higher institutions which accounts for approximately...

“What are you doing after graduation?” I really don’t know of any final year student that wasn’t asked this question. As expected, the answers varied. For me, I was going to study for masters in International Development. I had received offers from 6 top universities in the...

I had an interesting experience earlier this year. I found myself having strong passions and desires for things I had never given much thought to. I started writing dreams and goals that were way bigger than me but decided not to share them with anyone...

You can thank God for your good without measuring it against another person's misfortune. I was going to ask a question on the time line today but I asked my close friends instead and we processed it together. It is a new month and I am thankful...

Last year, I had the opportunity to  speak at the Colab for Women first event in Kaduna. I talked about how to be more productive with an online presence, tech tools to aid productivity and how to make money through digital marketing. I also talked about how...

My 2 kobo. It is no news that checking parallel market rates as a Nigerian will cost you more heart break than a ‘Yoruba demon’. The current economic situation in Nigeria probably means that you are trying to get new clients, adjusting budgets to keep old ones,...

I was going through my CV yesterday and reflecting on every job opportunity I have embarked on since I was 15 when I started working and realised that the jobs that have opened bigger doors for me and has exposed me to better opportunities are...

My prayer book is a chronicle of disappointment. Most lines filled with unfulfilled promises and broken dreams. It has been difficult reading over it and realising how much God said he will do but I never saw fulfilled. My prayer book is a challenge to God’s faithfulness....

About a year and a month ago, my friend Charles Isidi and I started a social enterprise which enables small businesses get easier access to low-interest loans, understand business finance, build wealth and scale. As a team, our successes over the past one year include: 1....