Mr YouTube Man
"Mr YouTube Man"
Kenyan track and field athlete who competes in the javelin throw. Nicknamed "Mr. YouTube" because he learned how to throw by watching YouTube videos of javelin athletes, Yego is the African record and Commonwealth record holder for the event with a personal best of 92.72m.
Co-founder of Transparency International, serving as one of the pioneer directors of the global anti-corruption body based in Berlin, Germany. She served as Federal Minister of Solid Minerals and then as Federal Minister of Education during the second-term presidency of Olusegun Obasanjo. Ezekwesili was a 2018 nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in transparency in the extractive sector.
Force of Change
What is EDUCON?
INTERACT | LEARN | EDUCATE
An annual conference that gathers Education enthusiasts; Educators, Students, Self-Educated individuals, talents from all spheres of life to deeply converse on issues pertaining to Education and it’s future.
This year's EDUCON2020 edition is themed “Redefining the future of True Education”.
The purpose of education has evolved over time and we need to adapt to this new change by taking advantage of the opportunities. The event promises panel sessions with key players in the educational system, masterclasses, exhibitions from various EdTech brands and an Awards ceremony.
Panel Discussion I & II
Dr. Yinka Ayandele
Serving Permanent Secretary in Lagos State, a seasoned Administrator, and a school improvement specialist with a demonstrated history working in Educational Management.
Prior to her appointment as a Permanent Secretary in 2015, she served as the co-lead for the Lagos State School Improvement team, and as Director of Schools Administration, Education District III, Ikoyi.
Teach For Nigeria
In 2017, Henry left his job in Media and Communications to teach in a public primary school in a low-income community, in Abeokuta, Nigeria, under the Teach For Nigeria Fellowship.
As a teacher, Henry created various interventions to provide access to low-cost housing for the families of students, and funds for local businesses. He also created a vocational programme that connects the local market and the school community, where artisans, twice a week, equip about 200 children with vocational skills.
New Age Educator