Ajiroghene Omanudhowo

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Ajiroghene Omanudhowo has managed to create a social enterprise organisation and parent company birthed solely to create subsidiaries that identify & solve problems in any locality such that these subsidiaries are scalable, sustainable, replicable, innovative, impactful and transformative.

Ajiro if the founder of 3 businesses under a parent company called 360 Needs. The first is of these is called ASAFOOD and it delivers Food to Universities. The second is ASADROP which is a logistics company specialising in parcel delivery. The third business is called Beta Grades which delivers computer training to students that helps them prepare for their exams.

ASAFOOD is employs 5 people, 3 of which are full time employees and 2 are part time employees. ASADROP has 3 full time employees. Beta Grades is a company that trains and equips young people with the necessary computer skills to better prepare them for their exams.

360 Needs ensures that they undertake after service care so as to be better informed about how the client perceives their product and service delivery. If they are some complaints, concerns or suggestions the company then takes them into account and makes the necessary improvements in order to improve their business practice.


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At 22, Ajiroghene Omanudhowo is leading a conglomerate that is working to “identify and solve problems in any locality such that these subsidiaries are scalable, sustainable, replicable, innovative, impactful and transformative.” The Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) graduate describes himself as “an energetic, ambitious person who has developed a mature and responsible approach to any task he undertakes, or situation that he is presented with.”

Two Nigerians among 15 finalists for Young African Entrepreneurs award



The duo of Nigerian-born Victoria Olimatunde and Ajiroghene Omanudhowo have been selected among the fifteen emerging Young African Entrepreneurs for the seventh annual Anzisha Prize, Africa’s premier award for youngest entrepreneurs. Victoria, 15, and Ajiroghene, 22, were selected as finalists from among 800 applicants from 14 countries – a chunk of the candidates being young women representing sectors as diverse as clean energy, agriculture, waste recycling and youth empowerment.

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