Orafiri Ibisiki: Multi-talented kid motivational speaker
My name is Orafiri Ibisiki. I am 11 years old and just finishing Year 6. I am a twin. My twin brother, Oribi, is the most amazing and super talented boy I have ever met.
Equities market extends losing streak as index dips 0.38%
The Nigerian equities market extended its current losing streak to the fifth consecutive trading session, yesterday, as sell-offs in 22 stocks dragged the index further by 0.38 per cent.
Oluwaseyikunmi: Multi-talented award- winning kidprenuer
My name is Oluwaseyikunmi Femi-Orekoya. I am 11 years old and the lead of the K4s multitalented award-winning kidprenuers Group.
Sophia Chukwudalu Dennis: Passionate makeup artist
M name is Sophia Chukwudalu Dennis. I am nine years old. I am in Basic four. I am a makeup artist by profession. I would like to share my entrepreneurial skill and “Makeup story” with you.
Simple agreement for future equity: an emerging trend in financing business start-ups
Statistics has it that 80 percent of startup businesses in Nigeria have failed within the first 18 months. It is however not surprising that lack of access to finance is the most common reason for the failure of these startup businesses in Nigeria.
Okolo Santiago Thompson: Smart with pictures, modelling
My name is Okolo Santiago Kosischukwu Thompson. I am five years old. I am a junior photographer. My interest in photography started with watching my mother, who is a professional photographer.
Esther Caulcrick: Her business is to ‘surprise’
Can we meet you? My name is Esther Opeyemi Caulcrick. I was born on the March 18, 2003. I was born and brought up in Lagos, Nigeria. What type of enterprise are you into? I run a small business, called ‘Surprises by Caulcrick.’ The business is so-called after my last name. We deal in affordable…
Kitan: Creative, multi-talented kidpreneur
My name is Ewaoluwakitan Femi-Orekoya. I am eight years old, and a pupil of K. Kotun Memorial School, Surulere. I am a member of the multi-talented award-winning Kidprenuers group, called the K4s, which focus on promoting creative activities to encourage children develop their natural talent
Chiamaka Akuta: Humanitarian teen chef
I started by being a young cook assistant at a noodles eatery. After learning all the tricks and improving my knowledge of the business and skills
Tiaraoluwa Ogunleye: Making a difference despite challenge
Tiaraoluwa Ogunleye is a four-year-old girl. She is a Class 2 pupil, who wants to be a model and a lawyer in future. But there is an interesting side to Tiaraoluwa.