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Nigerians Emerge As 2018 African Leadership Institute Fellows

Seven Nigerians have been selected as emerging African leaders for the prestigious Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellowship for 2018.

A flagship leadership development program of the African Leadership Institute, the Tutu Leadership Fellowship is awarded to prestigious young African leaders who are deemed to bring positive change to the continent.  The fellowship, which runs in  partnership with Oxford University, is awarded to twenty to twenty-five carefully chosen candidates nominated all over Africa and this is the first time, seven Nigerians will emerge as fellows.

Nigerian Fellows

Oluseun Onigbinde, founder of BudgiT, a civic organization that works to make public finance data more accessible.

Temi Awogboro, an investment professional, and Nollywood actor and director.

Omoni Oboli, a Nollywood actor.

Chude Jideonwo, founder of Joy Inc, which aims to mainstream the research into positive emotions.

Adebola Williams, CEO of RED Media, a youth focused media brand.

Serah Makka-Ugabe, Nigeria country director for ONE Campaign, an advocacy fighting extreme poverty and preventable disease.

Aminu Umar Sadiq, senior vice president, Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority.

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Adepeju Adenuga

Adepeju Adenuga is a writer (considering where you are reading this, makes perfect sense). She holds a Masters Degree in Literature in English from the University of Lagos.

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