Tagged: Francis Madojemu

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WAKE UP THE MIGHTY MEN!

You are cordially invited to our 11th Year Anniversary Celebrations theme – WAKE UP THE MIGHTY MEN – “Their quiver is as an open sepulchre, they are all mighty men Jeremiah 5:16. No matter how you feel. Get up, dress up, show up and never give up. You did not wake up today to be mediocre”…..Unknown Read more… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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From Ibadan to Canada, 19 year old Nigerian is set to conquer the World

Adam Madojemu is a 19- year old Nigerian- born, and Canadian- based writer, and film director. The young genius who was finalist in the Sundance Ignite Challenge, a collaboration between the Sundance Institute and Adobe’s Project 132 in the United states is determined to conquer the world. In a recent chat with Whatsupibadan, he spoke of growing up in Ibadan, and how it has positively influenced him; his short films, dreams, aspirations, and the responses to his work. Tell us little about you. Well, I am a Nigerian, born in Lagos, grew up in Ibadan. I am the first of...

DISCOVER, DEVELOP AND DEMONSTRATE at PROJECT YOU, OCTOBER EDITION

DISCOVER, DEVELOP AND DEMONSTRATE at PROJECT YOU, OCTOBER EDITION

DISCOVER, DEVELOP AND DEMONSTRATE! Rev Isaac Omolehin brings a wealth of Knowledge, Wisdom and Experience which is beyond building organizations and people but has spent his life evangelizing the world with unusual and supernatural results. His ability to speak in both the spiritual and secular is unique! 3 Mandates: Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

‘Nigeria of our dream will emerge by 2015’

‘Nigeria of our dream will emerge by 2015’

BY the year 2015, a new country which will be an envy of the world and pride to Nigerians is going to emerge as a result of the prayers of men God. This was the resolve of various clergymen who addressed a press conference on the call to observe “A day of national humility, reflection, fasting and prayers on May 29” by One on One Call Movement at the Nustreams Events Centre, Iyaganku, Ibadan. Among the guests ministers were the convener Francis Madojemu, Apostle Sunday Popoola, Pastor Austin Ologbese, Mrs Toyin Marinho, among others. The day of national humility reflection,...

iBridge Hub Teaches Children to Code in Ibadan

iBridge Hub Teaches Children to Code in Ibadan

iBridge Hub, a Nigerian technology collaboration space in Ibadan, has commenced training of local children in computer coding languages in a bid to stem the shortage of programmers in the West African country. Head of iBridge Hub and initiator of iCode, Francis Madojemu, has said the children have been drawn from secondary schools across the country and are expected to be trained on basic computer coding language so as to make them proficient in technology innovation. Madojemu, though, has expressed concerns that Africa has become preoccupied with consuming finished products without knowing or attempting to provide input on how the...