Tag: Chude Jideonwo

Leaving leadership in the music business was like therapy – M.I Abaga

Award-winning hip-hop artist, producer, and former CEO of Chocolate City, Jude Abaga, popularly known as ‘M.I’, says leaving his leadership position in the has been therapeutic He said this while discussing his journey through music, rise to fame, scandals, and more with host and founder of Joy Inc., Chude Jideonwo. [Read More…]

Chude Jideonwo: Enough of the Tomfoolery, Under Jonathan, We Lost Swaths of Nigerian Territory

I have heard this bit of nonsense constantly – seen it sometimes on social media, in comment boxes or random commentary: that because I actively, enthusiastically and unrepentantly threw personal and professional weight behind the election of a political office holder, I have somehow lost the moral right to speak[Read More…]

329 Million Mobile Phones Is Not Growth, It Is Consumption | MUST READ Chude Jideonwo’s Speech At TFAA2015

329 million mobile phones is not growth, it is consumption | Chude Jideonwo’s rousing speech at The Future Awards Africa 2015 In 2000, the Economist made a bold declaration about Africa: it called us the hopeless continent. We screamed. We protested. Oyinbo people are trying to put us down. They[Read More…]

Chude Jideonwo: “Why Are Igbo Boys And Girls Denied Their Own Stories?”

“Why are Igbo boys and girls denied their own stories?” | Plenary Speech by Chude Jideonwo at Ola ndi Igbo in Enugu this weekend I made the quick dash to this event from The RED Summit, our 4-day celebration of the 10th anniversary of our media group. Just yesterday, at[Read More…]

Singer, Seyi Shay & Innovator, Meck Khalfan Cover Special Youth Edition Of Y! Africa

Nigerian singer, Seyi Shay  and Tanzanian Innovator, Meck Khalfan are the youths on the cover of the International Youth Day Edition of Y! Africa Magazine. The International Youth Day is being commerated today, August 12 2014. In 2013, Corporate Council of Africa named Khaflan the Africa Business Leader of the[Read More…]

Tolu Ogunlesi: Jideonwo’s Manifesto For All Generations

I spent an afternoon last week at the ZODML Library in Ikoyi, Lagos with teenage pupils (JS 1 and JS 2) from two public schools, discussing ‘Conquest and Conviviality’, a book of fiction I wrote for a young adult audience in 2008. It was an interesting afternoon, and it reminded[Read More…]

GenVoices UK Holds It’s First GenTalks This Friday 6th Of June, 2014

Following the success of the GenVoices Telethon in January and the wide reception of the initiative in London, the UK Chapter of GenVoices will be holding its first GenTalks event this Friday the 6th of June 2014 in London at Greenwich University. Under the GenVoices UK banner, young Nigerians from[Read More…]

Funmi Iyanda, Chude Jideonwo Others Lead Discussions At Nigeria Dialogue Town Hall Meeting In London

Funmi Iyanda, Chude Jideonwo, Humphrey Hawksley and Ikenna Azuike to lead discussions at Nigeria Dialogue town hall meeting in London this July Nigeria Dialogue holds a town hall meeting featuring Funmi Iyanda, Chude Jideonwo, Humphrey Hawksley and Ikenna Azuike titled “The new generation of leadership in Nigeria” on Saturday, July 12,[Read More…]

Must Read: Funmi Iyanda @Funmilola Reviews Chude Jideonwo’s Book ‘Are We The Turning Point Generation?’

On Madness & Change: By Funmi Iyanda Something went wrong with my parenting. Whilst watching a TV talk show host yesterday, my 13 year old turned and said to me, “She’s not very good is she? She has no ability to express emotions and does not present any real issue[Read More…]