Abdulaleem Anjola Ademola-Osinuga

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Abdulaleem Anjola Ademola-Osinuga
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Born (2002-04-25) April 25, 2002 (age 21)
Alma mater
  • The Rockcleft School
  • Kings College Lagos
  • IBMI
  • Coperate Finance Institute
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Writer
  • Speaker
  • Educationist
  • Entrepreneur
OrganizationInspired Leadership Group
Known forThe Most Powerful Leader in Africa by The World Humanitarian Network and known as the 2nd Cub of the West
Parent(s)Engr Kola & Barr (Mrs). Iyabo Ademola-Osinuga

Abdulaleem Anjola Ademola-Osinuga(born 2002) is a Nigerian Enterpreneur, Writer, Speaker, Art & ICT Consultant, African & Global Young Leader and so many other portfolios. He has launched four organization that aims in transforming the global community but mainly focused on Africa. He is the Founder/CEO of Inspired Leadership Group, Inspired Leadership Xcelerator,Next Generation of High Impact Leaders Africa and Leadership Group Assets

Serving currently as the Executive Director of Future Nigeria, The Most Powerful Leader in Africa by The World Humanitarian Network and known as the 2nd Cub of the West.[1]

Early life

His father is a Consultant engineer. His mother is a lawyer and business woman. Both are Nigerians but lived and toured all ober the world. He is the First Child in the middle of females. He is someome who received the best Ambassadors Prize when he led his team to the USA at the United Nations.[2]

Expanded description

While starting his journey. Abdulaleem is someone who is very passionate about leaving his legacy across the whole world. He started off as the Executive Director of Future Nigeria before he was able to create the Inspired Leadership Group known all over the world today which is known for transforming the African Continent and the Global Community in 5000 days.[3]

He is a speaker who has spoken over the world where he has received so many honors along with his works featured on so many organizations across the World


Anjola is a leader who has been recognized continentally and globally. some of the recognition he had received are as follows: 5th most influential youth of the year 2018 by the teens time magazine, Africa young leader 2019 by teenation, business leader of the year 2019 by Hilton crop limited, young achievers award in the 2019category of leadership and politics by the global youth representatives of Nigeria, special books peace award by the funvic/ unesco europa, best ambassador prize at the 2013 un-unesco center for peace model pathway educational conference, African man with a difference by city scope Africa magazine 2020, most powerful leder in Africa by the world humanitarian network, a young Nigerian change maker by the men who inspire, ambassador of impact in Africa 2019 by the impact Africa development, official recognition as an entrepreneur by young African leaders initiative, recognized African change maker by the African change maker fellowship, ,global youth leaders award 2019 & 2020 by the global youth parliament Nepal and Africa legend of the year 2019 by safari ltd.[4]

Apart from the recognitions he had received he also won some few awards during his period at school representing them for programmes across the world some of these awards are: 2nd position the Rockcleft school swimming race, 1st prize queens college common wealth day competition 2018, business handling critics recognition certificate from the Paul okuk governing council , 3rd prize oracle academy Hackathon competition 2017, 2nd position prize dowen international college mathematics competition 2011.[5]

Awards and recognition

● African president/coordinator global youth parliament Nepal

● Nigeria research director, end child initiative (eci)

● international ambassador global youth representatives of Nigeria

● brand ambassador afrinection.com

● ambassador global youth network

● global youth ambassador at young creative leaders united kingdom

● ambassador Wi-Fi combat academy

● Communications head perfect etiquette academy.

● alumni (sha) cohort 6 of waaw foundation

● Nigeria and Africa representative at amnesty international

● permanent observer at the international youth committee

● part time lecturer at the map life institute south Africa

● vice president captain wealth university

● ambassador at the Africa’s next president

● co-founder at the imagene world

● co-founder Africa leaders empire

● former IT member at the Africa youth leadership consult Accra Ghana

● former IT member at the Africa youth initiative united kingdom

● former intern at the 9inteen networks

● member at the internet society of Nigeria

● it manager Salok engineering services limited

● former intern at innosoft technologies

● former vice president the Rockcleft school red cross society

● former member boys scout club Rockcleft school

● member at the African Diaspora network

● change maker ambassador @ we make change now

● IT Intern Staff Prof Wise Services Limited

● member gateway Africa international

● ambassador Tehilla women and youth empowerment foundation (twyef)

● contributor the economic misfit Uganda

● it manager muyib enterprises

● it manager dejavux enterprises

● intern/ member Peleguin group

● administrative staff Caprique children’s place (part-time)

● fellow member at teen ex Africa

● Research council member innovative bed. Africa

● team member (African continent) global youth for peace and development

● African continent ambassador global socio-economic and financial revolution network

● member first massive literal

● former intern shell concepts Lagos Nigeria

● permanent mission observer citizensgo.com

● member germs on earth

● intern ikapture network

● young global change maker/ graphics designer idixcover opportunities

● member smart teens home & smart teens global

● ambassador she hacks Africa (sha)

● assistant editor skylar inc

● member young ambassadors programme class of 2020

● member international youth society and the covid 19 force team


  1. "Lightening Up Africa by Anjolaoluwa Ademola-Osinuga". BlankPaperz. 2020-03-31. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  2. "'Global lockdown should serve as business opportunity for SMEs'". guardian.ng. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  3. "Summer Camp". Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  4. editor (2020-05-29). "I'm Passionate About Making Change Happen Across the World, Africa". THISDAYLIVE. Retrieved 2020-06-02. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)
  5. Ademola-Osinuga, Abdulaleem Anjolaoluwa (2020-05-29). TOP 5 WAYS TO DEFINE YOUR FUTURE AS A TEENAGER. Smart Teens Global.

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