Oluyemi Fasipe

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Oluyemi Fasipe (Yemie Fash)
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Born (1985-05-04) May 4, 1985 (age 37)
Ondo State, Nigeria
EducationBachelor of Science Degree in Business administration
Alma materAdekunle Ajasin University
  • Youth advocate
  • Social media influencer
  • Communication strategist
Spouse(s)Adejoke Vivian Fasipe (2015)
  • Daughter-Tiwajopelo Jemima Fasipe
  • Son- Donald IfeOluwatodimu Fasipe
  • Reverend (father)
  • Mrs John Afolabi Fasipe (mother)

Yemi Fasipe "Yemie Fash" (born Oluyemi Akinwole Enoch Fasipe, 4 May 1985) is a Nigerian youth advocate, social media influencer, communication strategist. Yemiefash is one of the early advocates of the campaign against police brutality in Nigeria using social media as a tool, while engaging authorities across arms of government with the campaigns tagged; "End SARS", "ReformPoliceNG"..[1]


Early life and Education

Yemi Fasipe was born in the mid 80s, in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State. He originally hails from the ancient town of Ile-Oluji, a city in Ile-Oluji/Okeigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

Yemi Fasipe had his primary school education at Omolere Nursery and Primary School, Akure, 1990-1996, where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate.

Yemi moved to Salas Universal College in Akure, 1996-2001, where he obtained his Senior Secondary School Certificate. He subsequently proceeded to Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, where he studied and obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business administration.

Expanded description

In 2012, Yemi found Dalacreamz Foundation a nonprofit NGO that donates for charities. He is the Publisher, Yemiefash Online news.

Yemi has featured in the dailies, and several media outlets, such as BBC News[2], Vanguard (Nigeria)[3], The Punch, Linda Ikeji's blog, Premium Times, The Guardian (Nigeria)[4], Daily Post (Nigeria)[5]

Political appointments

In 2019, Yemi Fasipe was appointed as the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to Honourable Tajudeen Adefisoye, who is a member representing Idanre/Ifedore in the Federal House of Representatives (Nigeria), and the Deputy Chairman House Committee on the Army.

In the media


  1. "EndSARS: Youth Rep, Fasipe demands N50m damages, apology from Kolawole over false accusations". Vanguard News. 2021-02-18. Retrieved 2021-09-03.
  2. "Kemisola jáde níle láti lọ bá mi ra oògùn ni mo gbọ́ pé ọlọ́pàá ti gbé e- Ìyá Kemisola". BBC News Yorùbá. 2021-06-21. Retrieved 2021-09-05.
  3. "EndSARS: Youth Rep, Fasipe demands N50m damages, apology from Kolawole over false accusations". Vanguard News. 2021-02-18. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  4. "Yemi Fasipe Archives". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  5. Babajide, Abdul (2020-10-17). "Akeredolu commends End SARS protesters, constitutes committee". Daily Post Nigeria. Retrieved 2021-09-04.

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