Ibrahim Oredola was born in Lagos on the 27th of March, 1993. He is the first child of his parents. Schooling wasn't rosy for Ibrahim. He faced financial difficulties. Still, he made sure that didn't hamper him from achieving successful. Part of his primary academy education was in Lagos. Due to relocation by his father, he had to finish his studies in Omu-Aran, a city in the Nigerian state of Kwara. Latterly, he got an admission into of the top most Nigerian University to study Law.
Ibadan Oredola is the founder of SkillNG. SkillNg is a company that helps youthful persons learn digital and employment readiness skills through a peer to peer literacy. This training has helped more than 5000 youthful persons. Oredola said he plans to expand its exercise beyond the borders of the southern-Western part of Nigeria.
He's also the co-founder of Atelewo, a Yoruba cultural advocacy founded on the 1st of June, 2017.
Ibrahim's achievements are notable. First, he is a Nigerian entrepreneur who has won a $1000 grant at the Black Friday pitch competition organised by Udo Udoma and Belo-Osagie (UUBO) law establishment. Also, he is a 2018 fellow of the Tony Elumenu foundation Entrepreneurship Programme and a 2019 Voice Lab fellow.
He was formerly a Features Editor Union of Campus Journalists (UCJ) University of Ibadan (UI), 1st runner-up, Hult Prize, University of Ibadan, winner, JCI-Fifteen Outstanding Persons Award and utmost Outstanding Pupil in Campus Journalism.
Ibarahim Oredola has more than five years of experience in startups, social entrepreneurship expertise. Indeed, he is a gem to the global world!