Chidi Nwaogu listed by YNaija among most powerful young Nigerians

Serial tech entrepreneur and CEO at Publiseer, Chidi Nwaogu, has been listed on the YNaija Power List 2021, a list of the 100 most powerful young Nigerians in the Year 2021. Less than 24 hours ago, the young startup founder took to his social media profiles to express his gratitude: “Thank you, YNaija, for the recognition. It’s a pleasure being listed as one of the most powerful young Nigerians for the Year 2021.”

The YNaija Power List includes powerful influencers, famous entertainers, corporate leaders, technology innovators, business people, media professionals, policy shapers, athletes, and advocates. Other notable Nigerians on the list include Davido, Burnaboy, WizKid, Debo Adebayo (aka Mr. Macaroni), Ola Brown, Kola Aina, Iwe Pascal (aka Poco Lee), Ikorodu Bois, Josh Alfred (aka Josh2Funny), Odunayo Eweniyi, Nadayar Enegesi, Shola Akinlade, Ubi Franklin, Uche Pedro, Fisayo Soyombo, Tunde Ednut, Toke Makinwa, Hamzat Lawal, Israel Adesanya, and Anthony Joshua.

Chidi Nwaogu is a tech entrepreneur and software developer. Nwaogu is a co-founder at Publiseer, a digital publisher that has helped over 7,000 underserved African creatives living in low-income and disadvantaged communities to earn above the minimum wage and live above the poverty line from the sales of their creative works. He is also a co-founder at Savvy, a global fellowship program that has equipped over 4,300 passionate individuals from 137 countries, with the necessary knowledge, skills, tools, resources, and community they need to build successful and sustainable impact-driven businesses and succeed as social entrepreneurs.

Nwaogu is the winner of the Migration Entrepreneurship Prize, the Africa 35.35 Award for Entrepreneurship, the Young Leaders Award for Media and Entertainment, and the Bizz Business Excellence Award. He is a French-African Young Leader (Paris), Acumen Fellow (West Africa), Alibaba eFounders Fellow (China), Westerwelle Fellow (Germany), AfricanPLP Fellow (Cairo), and Yunus&Youth Fellow (New York).

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