“It doesn’t really matter who you are – a student, a blogger, a writer, an entrepreneur or someone who just wants to learn more about the world. I want to share with you the top professionals you should follow. They deal with different fields, but all of them can inspire us to be better and do more impactful work.”
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Every day when we go online, we meet different people who share their experiences and knowledge with us. For the sites which are targeted at everyone, like Medium, no one can effectively follow all of the interesting articles.
Let's explore my list of the 10 professionals you should follow online and see what they have to offer!
1. Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu
Tony Onyeameachi Elumelu is a Global Entrepreneur, Investor and a Philanthropist. He is passionate about education and youth entrepreneurs. He shares his business and investment principles on his website, tonyelumelu.com. Aside from that, he is the founder of Tony Elumelu Foundation which empowers youth entrepreneurs with the promise of catalyzing African development.
2. Tunde Omotoye
Tuned Omotoye is a certified Human Resource Professional with a keen interest in education and inspiring young professionals. He is an IT workforce Enablement Manager and a business strategy expert. He shares weekly professional digests targeting young professionals in different fields of work.
3. Dr. Dipo Awojide
Dr. Dipo Awojide is a UK-based Nigerian Medical Doctor. He also serves as a Senior Lecturer in Strategy and an award-winning Career & MSME coach. On his social media platforms, he talks about business strategy, career advice, personal branding, business development, and personal development. He was the first Nigerian to be honored as LinkedIn Top Voice, 2019.
4. Wakawaka Doctor
Aside from being a Doctor, Wakawaka Doctor is a traveler, adventurer, and avid enthusiast in Public health and mental health wellness. He uses his travel-lifestyle blog to share tips on how to get away from the daily hustles of life and work, and use adventure as a mental getaway. He shares his experiences with the world just to remind you that besides working and paying bills, there is life to be lived.
5. Ife Agoro
Ife Agoro is a storyteller popularly known for her iconic pseudo, the Diary of a Naija Girl. She blogs about lifestyle issues that pertain to women. If you are looking to wake up fresh to a morning of self-love, beauty, and self-care, the Diary of a Naija girl is your go-to person. She offers a platform where women can feel heard, seen, understood, and valued.
6. Agboola Peter
Agboola Peter is an IT Consultant whose tweets are strictly for educational and academic purposes. For professional insights and inspiration, his Instagram page works the best.
7. Oluwatosin Olaseinde
Oluwatosin Olaseinde is the CEO and the founder of Money Africa and Ladda. She is a financial literacy expert and was honored as LinkedIn Top Voices in Finance and Economics 2020. On her social media platforms, she shares insights on the economy, investing, wealth creation, personal finance, and financial literacy.
8. Subomi Plumptre
Subomi Plumptre is a leading African Strategist, Investor, and Social Entrepreneur. She talks about life, business, introverts, and investments.
9. Dr. Chinonso Egemba
Dr. Chinoso Egemba is a Doctor at aprokodoctor.com and the founder of the 100k club, a non-profit organization focused on helping vulnerable Nigerians raise funds for medical expenses and emergencies. He provides relatable medical advice and hands-on solutions for everyday healthcare promotion. His brand, Aproko Doctor, leverages the use of social media for health education.
10. Ronke Edoho
For tips and insights into the hospitality industry, Ronke Edoho is your person. She is a certified Nutritionist and Clinical Weight Loss Specialist. On her social media platforms, she offers food recipes and meal inspirations. She celebrates the diversity of Nigerian foods in her blogs. Follow her on, 9jaFoodie
Who do you think we should add to this list? Let us know which top professionals we should follow in the comments.