Mr. Ugwu Ogochukewu Gordian is a comedian, a musician and an actor, having discovered his talent at a young age; he has worked hard to refine it. With the ability to mimic almost any character, he keeps pushing himself to achieve the best amidst the challenges he faced while growing up. Today, he shares his inspiring story with us on Everyday Greatness. DA: At what age did you discover your talent? Eugeelips: I discovered my talent when I was 14 years old. DA: When you did, what steps did you take? Eugeelips: When I discovered my talent, I was still
Mr. Bolu Omotayo is a public speaker, young serial entrepreneur, and the CEO of TAB digitals, a company he started at the age of 20 to help fix and replace malfunctioning gadgets. While most people complained about how their phones were being mistreated in gadget shops across the country, he stayed up nights, looking for a solution to that problem. TAB Digitals has attracted funding from some organizations including The Tony Elumelu Fund for entrepreneurs. This great Young entrepreneur shares with us his journey so far, and make sure you read till the end; he has a very profound advice
M. C. Bluetooth is one of Nigerians best comedians, making waves in the city of Abuja and beyond. He tells us about his humble beginnings, the power of collaboration and the importance of doing what you really love. DA: What inspired you to venture into comedy? M.C Bluetooth: Well comedy for me was not a profession to start with. It was more of recreation, Something I do because I like the positive energy that comes with seeing other people happy. I started out first as a master of ceremony, anchoring events for free with standup comedy as an added advantage.
Mr. Michael Edem Duke is the Visionary leader of Citizen Journalists' Network, a platform he started to achieve the aim of using the media as a tool for change and development. His dedication to solving social problems and great acumen for improving social welfare in Nigeria was recognized and awarded by ‘National Humanitarian Awards’, and he was Awarded as 'Humanitarian Innovative Person of the Year'. Having shuffled through starting this non - profit community platform and working for someone, the lead consultant of HDMI Multimedia Limited gives wisdom nuggets that would guide entrepreneurs and maybe, just maybe, shorten their journey.
Mrs Amaka is the CEO of Alcone cuisine located in the proud city of Abuja, precisely Karu Town. Below is a short interview session with this great Female CEO, enlightening us into more about the Origin of Alcone cuisines and the vision for the future. DA: What inspired you to start up Aclone Cuisines? Amaka: My passion for cooking and my desire to impact the society. I always knew that I would like to impact the society in a great way, and the best way to give is from what you have. I loved cooking and I found a way
Mr. Ayomiku Samson is a Nigerian singer who started out at a very tender age. He is a fast rising artist in the music industry, he shares with us his experience so far. DA: What inspired you to venture into music? Ayomiku Samson: My love for music has been my inspiration. I grew up hearing the bands in church and this developed my interest for music. DA: At what age did you discover your talent? Ayomiku Samson: At age 12. DA: When you discovered your talent what steps did you take? Ayomiku Samson: I decided to move with people who
Mr. Best Ikenna is one of the Top Nollywood producers, he is the CEO of best movies production, Zogi Entertainment limited, and the brain behind the Yes You Can reality TV show. When it comes to empowering youths, especially youths that would like to venture into the entertainment industry, he is the go to person. Hard work and commitment are synonymous to his name, and with these virtues, he has risen to the top of his industry. He shares with us the challenges he faced on his way up and equally encourages youths to work hard. DA: What inspired you
Mr. Harold Okwa is the CEO of Vestates, Co- founder and managing director of Jetseta, companies he started after he returned to Nigeria from the United Kingdom. His quest to solve problems for his country and the world generally stirred up his entrepreneurial spirit and has guided him along his path to greatness. He shares with us great principles of inestimable value that has guided him along this path. DA: How did studying in a foreign country impact your outlook on life? Mr. Harold Okwa: It had a big part to play because the way of learning is different from
Miss Moyosoreoluwa is the Young CEO of Mo'showers, a grand event planning company that she started while in school, and has grown it into a prestigious company worthy of emulation in the event planning industry. She shares with us the great risks she had to take to bring her company to life and her experience managing staffs at a young age. DA: You recently celebrated Mo'showers third anniversary, what is the inspiration behind this big dream? Mo’showers: First of all it has been my passion, I discovered some years ago that during family functions I was never seated and I
Mr. Matthew Eyito is an afro pop singer and songwriter. From very humble beginnings, and at a very young age, he set out to fulfill his dream of becoming one of Nigeria's top musicians. On his own he has achieved some level of competence, but with a wider horizon, beyond the sky is his limit. DA: What inspired you to venture into music? Mr. Matthew: The feeling of hearing instruments and great voices. Music makes me happy and I just get distracted with music all the time. DA: At what age did you discover your talent? Mr. Matthew: I discovered