Dawodu Oluwananumi Joshua, a 4th year Medical student at Lagos State University has emerged winner of the Health & Skin Care category of SME100AFRICA as one of the most enterprising young Nigerians under the age of 25 contributing to sustainable healthcare through engagements in community outreaches and online health awareness in the country.
Every year SME100Africa recognizes and celebrates 25 Nigerians under the age of 25 who are doing phenomenal things in Nigeria and contributing to socio-economic development in Nigeria.
Dawodu Oluwananumi Joshua a 4th year Medical student at Lagos State University was nominated and emerged winner of the Health and Skin Care category as one of the most enterprising young Nigerians under the age of 25 contributing to sustainable healthcare through engagements in community outreaches and online health awareness through social development.
He was nominated alongside nine other young Nigerians, one of whom is the daughter of the Vice President, Kiki Osinbajo, in the Health & Skin Care category and having obtained the highest votes, Dawodu was declared the winner.
Nigeria’s 25 under 25 awards provides young entrepreneurs with a stipend, access to finance, 12-month incubation, one-on-one leadership coaching, and access to a diverse network of technical advisors, mentors, and potential investors for young entrepreneurs. The Nigeria’s under 25 Incubator program equips early-stage entrepreneurs with the support they need to transform audacious ideas into scalable and sustainable ventures.
The 5th edition of the award, which is supported by Airtel, Nescafe, AXA Mansard, Y-Naija, Bella Naija, Zinnovation sports, FCMB, and Jumia Travel held on August 29th, 2020 virtually.