13-year-old O’Neil Shallangwa wants to Improve the Saving Culture in Nigeria

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O’Neil Shallangwa is a 13-year old entrepreneur resident in Nigeria. He is the founder of iSave Nigeria, a commercial venture that sensitizes people on the importance of financial independence and discipline with the use of modern and creative handmade wooden boxes. iSave Nigeria was founded in July 2018, initially motivated […]

Meet Silas Adekunle, the Nigerian Robotics Engineer and Creator on MekaMon, the World’s First Intelligent Gaming Robot

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As many African countries are catching up with the technological advancement of developed nations, Nigerian-born Silas Adekunle is taking over the robotics world with a groundbreaking innovation. Silas Adekunle is a Nigerian inventor technology entrepreneur. He was born and had some of his education in Nigeria before relocating to the […]

Meet Ikenna Ubah, the Founder of Ubabio Energy Solutions, a Nigerian Company that Converts Waste to Energy

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In Africa, most times we do not take cognizance of the potentials inherent in waste materials. However Ikenna Ubah a 28-year-old Nigerian chemical engineer has been able to identify a whole new product that could be found through the usage of readily available waste to produce affordable and environmental-friendly briquettes […]

Zend wants to be Nigeria’s Uber for Delivery

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Zend Mobility is a mobile platform that connects Nigerians who have items for delivery with vehicles that have empty spaces. Founded by Abraham Ojes, Zend intends to provide adequate solution to the stress of slow and unsecured means of delivering packages from one person to another, and logistics problem generally. […]

Value for Self and Humanity: Social Enterprise, Tzedakah wants to Solve Nigeria’s Healthcare and Education Challenges

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Tzedakah is a startup run by a charity organization in Nigeria called The Keturah Movement. Owing to the fact that a lot of people are of the opinion that their wellbeing comes first before every other person’s, the Keturah Movement changes the game by establishing a balanced and symbiotic business […]

Meet the Co-founder of ArtisanOga, Nigeria’s On-demand Platform for Local Service Providers

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Have you ever been stuck while trying to find someone to fix things around your home or office? Getting local service providers who are skilled at what they do is not only stressful but also time-consuming. This challenge is what Victor Jibrin and his team are solving through ArtisanOga, an […]

Doctoora Wants to Give Patients Easy Access to Doctors & Health Care Facilities in Nigeria

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A good number of Nigerian hospitals have over the years been a nightmare for patients. The government pays little attention to buying and maintaining health care facilities in the country. Also, the cost of setting up a private practice is very high and that has been a discouraging factor for […]

This 11-Year-Old Nigerian Wants to Clean up Lagos

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With our world evolving, it’s no longer strange to see kids providing innovative solutions to problems around them. 5-year-olds, 10-year olds are no longer home with toys, but busy bringing ideas to life. Misimi Isimi is an 11-year old Nigerian kid entrepreneur that’s on a mission to solve the age-long […]

TeachersAroundMe Wants to Redefine Nigeria’s Educational Sector

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The Nigerian education system is faced with a number of challenges, top of which is the fact that qualified professionals in the field are not easily gotten and underpaid. Many Nigerians who studied education are mostly working outside their field of study in a bid to either figure out their […]