Episode 6: How a young Nigerian became an International Speaker from the streets of London

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Onyi Anyado a Nigerian based in England is a Global Leadership Speaker who has a passion for entrepreneurship, youth leadership and employee development. In his early years, Onyi grew up without a father. Onyi lived a life called ‘the street life’ and in this period, Onyi was nearly shot dead. Today, Onyi is a distinguished author who travels the world speaking on corporate, educational & business platforms teaching people how to become distinguished in their chosen field. Onyi is the founder of Onyi Anyado Media House (www.oamediahouse.com) and B1 Coaching (www.b1coaching.com) and is committed to empower, equip and educate a generation of young Africans on how to become African entrepreneurs of distinction.

In this episode, Onyi shares his inspiring story on how he became a global speaker, the power of social media and the impact he is making across Africa.

Africa was once called the dark continent, but in this new era, Africa will become the light of the world. ~ Onyi Anyado.

Leadership is bringing people into new realms of excellence & challenging them to become distinguished in their chosen field. ~ Onyi Anyado.

Serving my generation with excellence will mean in turn, my generation can lead, with excellence. ~ Onyi Anyado.

Amadou is a Social Entrepreneur, Business Coach, Public Speaker, and Promoter of African Entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa and Entrepreneurship, Amadou’s mission is to work with African Entrepreneurs to bring out their stories and support them. As the Host of Africans Building Africa Podcast, Amadou loves to chat with African Entrepreneurs to deliver informative and inspiring content to Africans who would like to start a business or invest in Africa.
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  • Theo Odunlami

    Calling all like minds. We need to unite with the up and coming young African leaders.

    Please always include me in your activities. I will support all the time.

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