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A Visual Storyteller: Fisayo Fosudo

Our Youth Achiever for the week is Fisayo Fosudo!

Visual Storyteller. Tech Video Producer.

Born on the 23rd of October, 1995 in Lagos, Nigeria.

He graduated from the University of Lagos with a degree in Economics.

Fisayo developed an interest in video technology at the age of 17 by reading a lot of Wired Magazines and delving into cutting edge technology in which made him learn graphic designs.

Fisayo is best known in Nigeria for specializing his video content about the reviews of smart phones, applications and gadgets, in general.

His videos are exceptionally known for his documentation(s) style.

His reviews have been promoted by brands such as INFINIX and he got invited to Dubai to witness the launch of ‘Infinix Note 5’

He has been featured on several Entertainment Platforms as ‘One of the 10 Vloggers to watch in 2018’, ‘10 YouTubers that you will love watching’ ‘50 exceptional, bright and promising Nigerian Youths’ by BellaNaija, The Net NG and YNaija respectively.

Fisayo had a broadcast with Channels Television discussing the State of Mobile Technology in Africa.

Source: Google

On the 31st of January, 2018, he was selected to go to the National Assembly, Abuja to meet the former Senate President, Bukola Saraki to pitch the ideas on a team-up between Public and Senate under the Public Senate Project.

As at today, he has 27,966 subscribers – He has one of the most subscribed tech vlogs in Nigeria.

He was nominated for ‘The Future Awards Africa Nigeria Prize for New Media” by The Future Awards in December 2018.

Fisayo Fosudo is Tech Savvy, a social media strategist and a brand communicator.

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