Chinedu Hardy Nwadike has presented another huge opportunity for Nigerian youths to explore all the technological benefits of their smart phones. Utilizing it very well in content creation, blogging and making money online.
This one of a kind Workshop will be impacting entrepreneurial skills, and assisting young people to join the booming digital economy of the present century.
The Workshop taking place from 16th - 20th of June 2020 online is designed to offer limitless freedom to creative minds, educating and empowering them on how to create good contents, tell their creative story through blogging.
The Convener and Host, Mr. Nwadike is the President, Imo State Bloggers Association with decades of experience in the creative media industry
He disclosed to Arise Africa Network that the workshop will be absolutely free and part of his corporate social responsibility.
Having seen the need for Human Capital Development, he wants to contribute his own quota in youth development and give back to the community, hence the courses and workshop is being offered at no cost.
We hope that many more youths can embrace this wonderful opportunity and learn a new skill that can spur them into creative entrepreneurship which is vital at this time in history because the world is going digital.
Chinedu Hardy Nwadike, was born in Owerri, the Heartland city of Imo State in Eastern Nigeria. He is a graduate of Industrial Chemistry from Madonna University Okija, Anambra State, but lives as an entertainment promoter, web/graphic designer, reporter and blogger with www.otowngist.com, based in Owerri.Imo State.
He is an author of three books, Chronicles of Age, Montmera [Children of the Ring] and Just a Girl's Story as well as several other articles on the internet and print platforms.
Aside writing, Hardy is involved in some advocacy programe for children via Child Ink Africa which helps children with interest in writing, painting and drawing. He also organized the first all female music via his Divas Stage Tour platform to encourage more females to join the entertainment industry as singers, dancers, comedians, disk jockeys and co.peres.
Hardy is also an SDGs activto/volunteer, working in some World Largest Lesso programmes amongst others.
He has also vokuntered to mentor many young writers and bloggers, helping them find their words and style. He has also helped groom musician, dancers amongst others in the entertainment sector and in most cases serving as their managers.
He is also the founder if Igbotic Media with the vision to propagate Igbo language as well as cut down the stigma that goes with the Igbotic tag by first refering to himself as an Igbotic person.
To Participate... Contact 08038704454 or follow the link below to join the WhatsApp class