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Three Individuals Reshaping The Future

All across the nation, young minds are making strides in their various fields. Although the parameters in Nigeria may not be at its best, it is somewhat sedative to know that a couple of Nigerians are striving to change the status quo.

On the cover of Sunday’s Guardian Life magazine are three young individuals disrupting the future by making a difference and doing things in a better, more progressive way.

Obinna Okwodu
As a modest young individual, finding a house in Lagos is a hassle, with ridiculously overpriced houses and illogical terms by property owners to pay one or two years’ rent upfront.

Fibre, founded by Obinna Okwodu, provides the easiest way to find and pay for homes in the country, with flexible payments that let you pay your rent monthly rather than yearly, flexible lease terms and affordable living options.

Bolajo Fawehinmi
The fashion industry has evolved over the years, from the times where models went on good ole castings and only got booked depending on the clothes that fit.

Bolajo Fawehinmi CEO FEW Models Management has been able to see modelling inside out. With barely three years in the business of talent management, she has been able to focus on the end goal rather than short-term success by training models who are equipped to go the distance, both within and outside of fashion.

Tiwalola Olanubi Jnr
Tiwalola Olanubi Jnr is the CEO of DottsMediaHouse, arguably the foremost social media marketing company in Nigeria. While in school, he became the first Blackberry ambassador in Nigeria, helping the smartphone brand gain grounds on campuses and increasing sales through brilliant ideas or strategies.

He currently leads his team in delivering extremely impactful social media campaigns for established brands like 9Mobile, Pepsi and Intel, among others.

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