Samuel Judah is a Nigerian based socio-political and human rights activist who uses the power of content and media to drive positive change and empowerment for people and communities accross the world with greater intensification in Africa. He is a serial Entrepreneur with a documentary journalism discipline who is gradually transitioning into the Nigerian political scene.
What drives SJ?
Man, Nature and Life! I am driven with a passion to ensuring the wheel of change and sustainable development keeps spinning, bringing to life a breathe of fresh air for all MANkind, opening new doors and greater opportunities for all and helping everyone have a sense of purpose in the building of a better world, deploying all relevant skills in other to achieve a sustainable future for the generations yet unborn.
Advocacy and Diplomacy
An advocate for community development and youth empowerment who believes, if the development drive across African nations would take a flip from the top to bottom pyramid system to vice versa, developments will spread faster with more focus on internal investment and proper inclusiveness of the private sectors in actively supporting community development.
“I believe, the world will someday grow above poverty and hardship, and Africans will never again be judged by the colour of their skin.”
– Samuel O. U. Judah –
Samuel Judah is a selfless servant of the people who was born in Nigeria, experienced a humble begining from a humble background where he was raised. He had his first school discipline and his High school education in Nigeria from numerous studies centres including Ima Abasi Nursery and Primary School and Fulga International School where he obtained his first school leaving certificate and then went through the walls of Holy Family College, Oku Abak and Abak LGA, Modern Training Institute where he obtained his Junior West African Examination Certificate (Junior WAEC). For reasons unkwon, his Senior Secondary education took off from the disciplined confinement of Lutheran High School in Ibesikpo Asutan and ended at Efficient Secondary school, Uyo where he obtained his Senior West African Examination Certificate (WAEC), all schools in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. To advance in wisdom and learning, he proceeded to Ghana for his B.A in journalism and mass communication with documentary journalism as his major from the prestigious Sikkim Manipal University of India.
Samuel Judah found joy in Tech Entrepreneurship which saw him launch Africa’s first social (interactive) network, which connects Africans, promotes Africa and as well drives Africa’s tourism sector digitally. He also founded and co-founded several other innovations over time before transitioning into the politics, diplomacy and socio-political/human rights activism.