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[WATCH] Russell Osah Talks On Funding And Running A Successful Business

Hello innovative minds, its another intuitive edition of our interview, on this one we are taking you all the way to Rwanda. Our motivator on this edition is Russell Osah, a Nigerian entrepreneur who is currently based in Rwanda.

Let’s take you through how this interview happened, during the first week of October 2018, our CEO/Founder Temitope Balogun made it to the 12-man finalist for the Youth Connekt Africa Awards organised by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Rwandan government.

Temitope visited Rwanda on an all paid expense trip to attend the award ceremony, her zeal to continue driving youths to create innovative solutions, embrace entrepreneurship and make their countries’ economy better, led her to conduct interviews for selected entrepreneurs she met during her journey, one of which was Russell Osah, Head of engineering and technical unit at Workers Affordable Properties (WAP).

WAP is currently working on building 10,000 affordable houses for Rwandans, this project won the Social Innovation category of the Youth Connekt Awards.

In this interview, which took place around 6 pm after Youth Connekt Award Ceremony, Russell shared nuggets on how entrepreneurs can fund and run  successful businesses. These nuggets  are not only useful tips for business owners but also individuals  with entrepreneurial mindset who are looking to develop uniques idea  and start their own business in the future.

Russell Osah at work

Like we always say great minds, this isn’t your usual interview but one that has a great value to add to everyone who takes out time to watch.

So take out time to watch the full interview below, learn, get motivated, and share! Don’t forget to apply all you learn to your businesses.

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