#CreatePreneurAfrica Favour Suyi -Nigeria’s Medical Laboratory Scientist , enilghtening all about the awareness and enlighten the public about the plight of haemophilia

Favour Eguagie-Suyi, all the way from Edo State in Nigeria,a 300 level student at Ambrose Ali University.Africa's Medical Laboratory Scientist in training and a licensed Medical Laboratory Technician. He is stepping in full steam ahead with #Cobuilders in the enlightenment of his passion and profession!
https://www.thecobuilders.com/project/view/39b57fb27e3626154aa92b7789b65949
He has worked at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Edo State Central Hospital and shared skills in the private health sector as well.

Meet CreatePreneurAfrica Favour Eguagie-Suyi, Nigeria’s Medical Lab ‘Futurist’

https://www.thecobuilders.com/project/view/39b57fb27e3626154aa92b7789b65949

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

What actually drove me to pursue haemophilia was my exposure to the pains and limitations of haemophilia patient. These people know little or nothing about their condition and peg it on some speculation thereby their condition grows from bad to worse. I discovered the way to help is to enlighten my people.

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

The passion to be a medical laboratory scientist came when I was in senior secondary class two. I got to know about the profession through my dad, he introduced it to me, I made my research, checked other medical profession and decided to choose this path and since then I have a strong drive to get into the profession and make a difference. As a youngster, I discovered I was called to be a medical laboratory scientist

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

What appeals to me most is the fact that I could render help in a genuine way by resuscitating men back

What drove you to make money to life from your passions? When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

I have never been paid for my passion all I have done was sacrificial

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

What really kept me moving during difficult times was my passion for my profession which reminds me I may be the hope of some few with no hope left.

What motivates you every day to be even more successful? 

What motives me to be more successful is passion for my chosen profession and the fact that I could touch the world if I can be diligent.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you? 

To all those that doubted me, I will say don’t give up on a man with dreams because someday that dream will speak

What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

To aspiring creatives I will say don’t give up soon, it may be tough but you can pull through if you persist

CreatePreneurAfrica Nigeria’s Geologist Nifemi Fayefunmi, leaves no stone unturned!

Fayefunmi Oluwanifemi, a geology student from Nigeria believes in himself. Living by high standards he treats all and everything the way he wants to be treated. In a search for positivity and trusting intuition with  #Cobuilders.

– A dynamic social media platform with #Badgers. Doers and #Givers.

The use of Drones for Geological Mapping and Surveys    This project enables Geologist's and other researchers to be able to make use if Drones to map or study a particular area without the need to go through stressful or rigorous exercise

Originally from Lagos. he is currently studying a The Federal University of Technology Akure.

https://www.thecobuilders.com/project/view/1d9b0c2166f745725ac678d695ed4d03


Meet CreatepreneurAfrica’s Nifemi Fayefunmi,Finding Solutions in the world of  Geology

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?


Well, what drives me and keeps me going is just the love I have for geology and the study of the earth and it has kept me going for a while now and I believe it’s taking me places… My true passion is to be a world-class geologist and to impact lives through geology

How did you find your passion and how old were you?


I noticed while I was in secondary school my love for geography and I really did well in the subject so a day came I asked my geography teacher what career I could study since I had a passion for geography so he told me about geology so I started working toward it and I thank God for how far he has brought me

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

Finding solutions with my passions

What drove you to make money from your passions?When was the first time you were paid for your passion?
Well I have not really made money from it for now but in the coming year I believe I would
 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

What has kept me going is the love for geology and also the love for the earth and what it comprises of.

 What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

Knowing I have the ability to make a difference!

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?


Well to those who doubted me I would say it really help me because I would be where I am today if not for some of the doubt you had about me so I will say a big thank you.

 What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

I just want to say you can do it don’t let anyone intimidate you or try to discourage you just be determined and give it your best shot.

 

 

Linkedin fayefunmi Nifemi. Facebook: nifemi fayefunmi

#CreatePreneurAfrica Tanzania’s Wilson Nkya :Digital Content Creation ,Capturing Africa’s authenticity

Willy Nkya, a landmark in the world of STORYTELLING IN AFRICA is purpose driven in several pathways.He is an actor,Radio/ Television host  Production Designer, as well as a Film and Television Producer.

Tanzania's visionary Digital Content Creator is set to ignite the spark in  life pathways of creative youth.... transforming PASSION TO PROFESSION!

 

 

Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica, Tanzania’s visionary Wilson Nkya – Igniting the Creative Souls of Africa

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

My passion is showcasing the beauty and authenticity of my land and my people through captivating digital visual storytelling. That’s why I decided to be an African inspired filmmaker and entertainer.

 

How did you find your passion and how old were you?

Ever since I was young, I wanted to hear and share different stories of people that have inspired me. When I joined College in 2014, I had just turned 20 years old, that’s when I decided to start following my passion.

I was majoring in logistics and Transport Management, but after classes, I would do some creative projects like theatre and later on in my second year I won a Tv Presenter competition and started a lifestyle and fashion Tv show titled “Fashion Voice” the show aimed at giving a voice and showcasing the different talents we have in Tanzanian lifestyle and fashion industry.

The show never saw the day of light since we had a challenge of funding. But when I finished college in 2017, I had an opportunity to study one year fully funded sponsorship at the Multichoice talent factory Academy in Nairobi, Kenya studying Film and Tv production. Hence I started adding value and skills to what I was passionate about and was able to transform my passion to a profession

What about your passion appeals to you the most? 

Every time I get to hear a new story and share it, and every time I get feedback of how the stories I have made have impacted someone’s life.

What drove you to make money from your passions?

After seeing that the visual industry is growing hence I had to monetize my passion in order to survive and match the modern means of storytelling, Hence but first  I had to transform my passion to a profession so it can make business sense and be commercialized. I was able to do this since in the Multichoice academy we learnt on the business of film and Tv

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

During college, I had an after school job as a lifestyle blogger and I would get paid through the articles I write, But currently, I get paid as an actor, Production Designer, Art director, Producer and Film &Tv consultant

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

 

Every time I felt like giving up, I would always look back how far I have come, and I would see how unfair to let all those sleepless nights, all those hurdles that I have jumped, all the blood, sweat and tears to just go to waste?? And I would get up and keep on moving

 What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

I believe every day is a new day to learn something new and be a better person today than you were yesterday. And somewhere out there, there is a boy who needs to hear my story and get inspired to do even greater things and reach their full potential.

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

I wanna say thank you…Because of them doubting me, I worked 10 times harder to just prove to myself that they don’t know what I am capable of.

 What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?

I would advise them to be confident and they should push themselves beyond their comfort zones, They have even greater potential than they imagine. Also, they should know that they aren’t getting any younger. START NOW !! With what you have. And yes the creative space can be tough, but it’s important to have multiple streams of income,.Personally I have an online business of selling African accessories across East Africa, I do art direction and production design, I act,I consult and I do Voiceovers too.