- The story of Abdullahi Oluwadamilare Tijani, a tech guru who creates amazing content on YouTube, is downright inspiring
- At 19, Abdullahi already has a YouTube channel where he offers his 200 subscribers tech-related solutions
- The unstoppable youngster goes out of his way to research technical problems thrown at him and offers detailed solutions in interesting videos
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Most of the time, big dreams and passions come true at a young age, even in the worst circumstances and places.
This is the story of Abdullahi Oluwadamilare Tijani, a 19-year-old from Odo-Otin in Osun State whose passion for YouTube content creation and web development drives him on adventures and achievements technologies.
Abdullahi who spoke with Legit.ng recently revealed that he started creating content on Youtube in 2021 and already has a channel on the online streaming platform (Abdullahi Network).
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The young guru currently has 200 subscribers with 26 videos in which he offers tech-related solutions to people.
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According to Abdullahi, all you have to do is ask him something you don’t understand about technology and he would research it and make a very detailed explainer video to help you.
Speaking of this company, he enthused:
“I was just inspired to teach others and I educate people on my Facebook profile; people love my posts and the way I teach them.”
Abdullahi who launched a personal website recently attended Ijeshatedo Secondary School in Ogun State and said he intends to study Computer Science and Cyber Security.
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The youngster also revealed that he has not yet chosen a university to pursue his studies for fear of an ASUU strike.
“I haven’t chosen a college yet because of Asuu and other related stuff like that.”
Asked about the challenges he faces while creating YouTube videos, he said:
“I am missing some materials that YouTubers need, like a tripod and other tools like this. Some of my video voices are not always clear due to some materials that I need.”
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Meanwhile, IT and media professionals had advised young people to develop digital skills that would be relevant for future workplaces.
At a forum organized by Digital Africa on the theme “Accelerating talent for Industry 4.0 with digital skills in Lago”, professionals took turns to highlight the need for young people to learn, practice, do volunteering and building portfolios to increase their employability.
Speakers specifically spoke on addressing the unemployment divide through digital skills capacity development and skills upgrading: leveraging digital skills to create economic opportunity – contributions from the public and private sectors.