Kehinde Fawumi is a result-oriented innovator, author and motivational speaker as well as a prodigious writer. In 2013, he was listed among the top 30 young people Africa should look up to. This is in recognition of the commendable social impacts made by his different poverty-alleviation projects in West African Countries.
In 2012, he founded FeedOne Project Africa, a social project devoted to solving the problems of poverty, hunger and youth productivity in Africa. His vision is to impact one million families by the year 2020. In the past 15 months, Kehinde has worked with over 1,000 volunteers and reach 10,000 families in Nigeria, Ghana, Benin Republic and Niger.
He is a celebrated Nigerian social entrepreneur who has represented Nigeria at many international platforms in five of the seven continents and received many honours and awards. He is currently reading for his Masters in Computer Science at Technical University Munich, Germany. He also works with FUJITSU, Germany on Global Innovations and Business Process Improvements. People say he is a polymath. Kehinde is passionate about touching lives and inspiring people. He talks in conferences and in diverse youth gatherings.
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Managers' manual for the 21st century.
by Kehinde Fawumi
This brilliant piece came out as one of the (World) best in the 2010 edition of Peter Drucker's Global Challenge. The author has thus decided to share it with the world! It is a solution-driven missive on the numerous uncertainties hobbling the sustenance of the global community and especially of businesses.
Once Upon An Incorruptible Criminal
by Kehinde Fawumi
Every month for over 20 years, scores of youth from West African Countries are wasted in a bid to find a better life in the Southern European Countries while transiting illegally through Libya. Anthony is a clear example of one whose experience - though victorious, was phenomenal. I wish to tell his story in this book, and to recommend urgent panaceas to the inflicting problems of youth migration.
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