Personalised stories about teenagers building amazing careers and creating remarkable solutions in tech across Africa.
Sister’s influence, learning how to code on paper -Abigail Inyang, a 17-year-old cyber security expert shares her tech story
Technext had a chat with Abigail Inyang to learn about her journey in tech, her plans for the future, and how she is balancing her teenage life with a challenging tech career
2 weeks ago
How 18-year-old ‘millionaire,’ Prosperity Olorunfemi is helping young Africans attain wealth with tech skills
It’s not every day that you hear about a 17-old self-acclaimed millionaire in Nigeria, especially with the current…
3 weeks ago
A conversation with Adeyinka Adetunji, a teenager who wants to build the world
"I was always intrigued about what you can do with tech. I want to build the world" -…
2 months ago
Teenager, Jolaoluwa Olatunji discusses product design and how he wants to solve problems
As many of us know, the tech space is quite diverse, and we have people like Jolaoluwa Olatunji…
3 months ago
Ronald Dosunmu; building a tech career worth emulating at 17
“My name is Ronald Dosunmu, I am a 17-year-old Full Stack Software Engineer, and that is a little…
How teenage Full-Stack Developer, Hanif Adedotun, wants to solve problems using Machine Learning
Hanif Adedotun’s confidence when speaking is enough to inspire a generation of current teenagers who have no idea…
How ‘sapa’ made Hanif Olayiwola a Web3 enthusiast and content writer
In 2021, "sapa (very low purchasing power) came, and I was broke. So, that was how I said to myself that I had to get serious and I started applying for jobs."- Hanif
Meet Sumayah Adegbite, a 15-year-old seeking to empower girls between 13-18 with STEM skills
Sumayah Adegbite, 15, started her journey into tech at age 5, when she would do things like Powerpoint presentations, then 2D and 3D animations...
A chat with Ikram Babs-Lawal about being a machine learning engineer, and co-founder at 14
"I am still in the exploring phase," Ikram says...
Meet James Udotong, a 20-year-old student, developer, designer and co-founder of Skibble
Thanks to the ASUU strike, James says he is relatively free to work, but when school resumes, he is a student during the day and a designer at night...