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Agbaje Ayomide
International Youth Journal Author Agbaje Ayomide
Ayomide Agbaje is a social entrepreneur and early-career media professional with a strong track record of over 3 years' hands-on experience and demonstrated excellence in skills development, writing and journalism. He has worked in related roles at various companies and non-profit organizations.

He is the Co-founder of Upskill Writing, a social enterprise for training African young people to gain writing skills for professional development and employability.

Over the past 5 years, he has extensively written articles centered on issues surrounding sustainable development and professional growth on various media platforms and national newspapers.

Being a British Council 2020 Future News Worldwide Fellow, he is a journalist passionate about rewriting African narratives through the new media, one feature story at a time.

He aspires to create a world where African young people's talents are maximized, potentials harnessed, skills gap closed and opportunity equally distributed.

Author Information
Country: Nigeria
Status: Working
Institute: Upskill Writing

Interests: Skills Development, SDGs, Solutions Journalism, Writing, Reading
Member: Global Young Journalists Association (GYJA), Nigerian Union of Campus Journalists (NUCJ)
Awards: Grand Winner, International Campus Journalism Essay Competition 2020
Books: Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
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