Are we the turning point generation?

May 25, 2014

This provocative collection of essays reveals the voice of young man who is deeply  passionate about both his faith and his country. Jideonwo delves into the complexities of Nigeria  “which has become Africa’s largest exporter of Pentecostalism and one of the biggest sources of pilgrims to Israel and Mecca,” but where the corpse of his just deceased father would not be accepted by a hospital without a police report, a report which the police would not issue without being bribed. Jideonwo, in addressing his generation of Nigerians makes the compelling argument that everyone is a change maker and  challenges us to transform our frustration with the county into the motivation needed to drive the change we want to see.


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Chude Jideonwo

Named by Forbes as one of Africa’s 30 best entrepreneurs under 30, Chude Jideonwo’s career is centred on using the media as an active tool to galvanise a generation of Africans to action. He is Managing Partner of RedMedia Africa, owners of The Future Africa Awards Africa & Summit, Y! Africa, and; and founding Executive Director of The Future Project, which empowers young people across Africa through leadership and enterprise. In 2010, he convened friends and colleagues to hold the historic EnoughisEnough protests and co-founded EnoughisEnough Nigeria, which has become the country’s foremost good governance group for young Nigerians. A lawyer and award-winning journalist, he has a Master’s Degree in Media and Communication from the Pan-African University. He is a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum and sits on the boards of the Oando Foundation and Micosoft4Afrika.

May 25, 2014