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Victor Tubotamuno: Why I’m promoting STEM education for kids across Africa

Victor Tubotamuno, a graduate of theatre arts from the University of Port Harcourt, has always wanted to be a positive change-maker in Africa. Now he has successfully built an educational platform that bridges the gap between teachers and students online. He speaks to Ibe Saleemah on his journey and progress so far. Can you tell …

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We want to launch Bufexx to solve money transfer issues

Nelson Okpalachukwu is a graduate of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri who studied prosthetics and orthopedics but has grown to love the tech industry. He plans to launch his platform, Bufexx, to promote global money transfer from across countries without hassles. He speaks to Ibe Saleemah about his plans.    What’s your background story? …

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From branding to real estate, Kolade Adepoju shares how he juggles his businesses and plans to diversify into agriculture.

Tell us about your business  The business name is Riel Homes and Residency. We are basically into real estate; in layman’s language, we buy and sell land and properties. Our major focus is that, whatever we are doing must have three or four things in it. It must be smart, green (eco-friendly), be futuristic (meaning …

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My experience as an IT graduate making N5m annual sales from baking

Esther Eza is holding onto her full-time career—and juggling it with her cake making business. “For you to achieve greatness you have to push through all means for your goals to be me,” she says. She speaks with Ibe Saleemah.    Tell us about your business.  The name of my business is Double E Cakes. …

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Making a fortune from solar and empowering Africans—The WiSolar story

Tonye Irims is the founder and CEO of WiSolar Africa, one of the fastest-growing solar electricity companies in South Africa. Founded in 2016, WiSolar breaks the solar electricity system sizes into easy-to-understand upgradeable packages with different price points for customers and later developed prepaid solar electricity for residential developments. Irims shares his story with Rilwan …

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Cash Buddy: The Inspiring Fintech Solution

Mike Rosanje and his partner have successfully built four start-ups including Cash Buddy which is a financial tech company in Nigeria. He speaks to Ibe Saleemah on their efforts and the challenges in building the company.  Can you tell us briefly about your business?  The business name is Cashbuddy and the websites are Cashbuddy.ng  and …

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Graphic design: Another founder’s story that will inspire you

A 22-year-old student of Computer Science at Federal University Dutse, Jigawa has taken a step to making an income from graphic design. He tells Aisha Yahaya how it all started in this interview Can you tell us briefly about your business? The name of my business is Emkaybee designs. I specialize in graphics design and …

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How I mastered cake making  and turned it into a flourishing business

Maijidda Bala Usman is a native of Funtua, Katsina state who’s now residing in Abuja. Having developed her business idea, she enrolled in a baking school to acquire the rudimentary skills of cake making which she did in three weeks and then started her business. She shares her story with Rilwan Muhammad in this interview.  …

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What I learned practicing photography business for 4 years

Abdulhameed Sani Ahmad is the founder and CEO of Ustaz Photography. He started the business in 2018 just to quench the burning passion he had for photography. Since then, he has realized there is more to photography beyond passion. Abdulhameed Sani speaks with Rilwan Muhammad on how it started.   Can you briefly tell us about …

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