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I4G StudentBuilds Study Group
“My name is Oluwatobi Taiwo. I’m a graduate of Law and a serving corps member. I’m a lover of books, movies, and music. Living in Africa is very challenging because getting access to the necessary resources can be daunting.  I’m glad that despite the different challenges faced by techies in Africa, the tech sector is...
” I’m David Mobolaji , a 21 year old cellist and writer. I am a medical student but school had been put on hold since March 2020 because of the pandemic. It had been quite exhausting getting through the pandemic and the idleness that came from being out of school for so long. So I...
“I am Rosemary Okoro, a final year computer science student in Yabatech. Being a computer science student, it is assumed that we are well grounded in tech, but that is not always the case and I was aware of the loopholes in my learning. I searched for tech careers I would be interested in, in...
“My name is Benjamin Onyebuchi, I am a 24 years old freelancer born into a family of three.  Life for me in Africa is mostly limiting because I believe my skills have more thriving and earning power in other parts of the world but are super unappreciated in my homeland. The hurdles of improving yourself...
“My name is Ademorin Maureen Ajepe, a 27 years old final year student of the Department of Physiology, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology. Although I’m studying physiology in school, I’ve always had a passion for tech and even took up a job as a  Junior UI/UX Designer.  While I’m proud to be a Nigerian, life...
“My name is Femi Okedeyi,  an 18 years old  200-level student at Lagos State University studying Computer Science. I am in love with tech and computers, so I decided to learn programming. I started my programming journey a few months ago during the pandemic on YouTube.  After some time, the I4G StudentBuilds study group was...
“My name is Mikail Yusuf. I am  a 23 year old student at the University of Maiduguri studying computer engineering. I found life in the North very challenging and I often express how difficult it is to access tech hubs and programs in addition to issues of internet connectivity and access to tech hubs and...
“My name is Michael, a 32 year old web developer who resides in Lagos. I lost my dad to some medical issues. We spent a lot of money catering to his health and that was part of the reason the family had financial constraints. My mother lives in the village and depends on me to...
“I am Ibrahim Moshood, the first child of four which by default comes with extra responsibilities, as an African child. I am 22 years old, an indigene of Ogun state. One phrase that summarizes what I am, is a born leader. I figured out at an early age that I have the capacity to be ...