A real estate developer, founder of Train a Nigerian Child, who believes education is one of the core values we can give to the younger generation. The foundation was birthed as a result of meeting bright young individuals who have dropped out of school due to finances and were left with no option than to learn a trade. Ali’s obligation is to go out there and help these bright young ones to achieve their dreams, goals and objectives by seeing them through primary, secondary, and in a possible future their tertiary education.
Patience Patiani Squire
First child from a family of four. CEO accessorys.net, manufacturer's representative for drop away west Africa. ...
Born 15th December 1978. I am the first child from a family of four. CEO accessorys.net, manufacturer's representative for drop away west Africa. I would describe myself as very passionate about education, fashion and health. I am presently based in the United Kingdom, with 2 (two) boys and my husband.
Managing Partner Red Media Africa, Named by Forbes as one of Africa’s 30 best entrepreneurs under 30
Managing Partner Red Media Africa, Named by Forbes as one of Africa’s 30 best entrepreneurs under 30. Chide Jideonwo’s career is centred on using the media as an active tool to galvanise a generation of Africans to action. He is Managing Partner of RedMedia Africa, owners of The Future Africa Awards Africa & Summit, Y! Africa and YNaija.com. Founding Executive Director of The Future Project, which empowers young people across Africa through leadership and enterprise.
In 2010, he founded EnoughisEnough Nigeria, which has become the country’s foremost good governance group for young Nigerians. A lawyer and award winning journalist, he has a Master’s Degree in Media and Communication from the Pan-African University. He is a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum and sits on the boards of the Oando Foundation and Micosoft4Afrika.