Unveiling Tomorrow’s Leaders: A Close Look at the Changemakers of the Future


– The Future Shines Bright with a New Generation of Changemakers!

Imagine a world teeming with passionate innovators – with brilliant minds laser-focused on tackling issues from climate change to social justice with boundless energy and determination.

These aren’t your parents’ activists. They’re tech-savvy, purpose-driven, and armed with creativity that can turn a hashtag into a revolution. They’re coders developing apps to combat food insecurity, artists using their platforms to challenge stereotypes, and scientists pioneering solutions for a healthier planet.

Ensure that all children, regardless of their background, have equal opportunities and access to education and resources.

So, step aside, because the future belongs to these disruptors, innovators, and dreamers. Buckle up, because the journey they’re about to take us on promises to be epic – and a whole lot better for everyone.


Olianna and Olivia - unidentical duo , tribe and elan

Olianna and Olivia, popularly known as the Unidentical Duo, are dynamic figures in documenting, fashion, style, lifestyle, entertainment, acting, and modeling. Their diverse talents and unique approach have made them influential in multiple fields, capturing attention and inspiring audiences worldwide.


David Balogun , tribe and elan

Ten-year-old David Balogun, a Nigeria-born boy based in Pennsylvania, loves science and computer programming. He recently graduated high school, becoming one of the youngest ever to do so, and has begun earning college credits. David, who aspires to be an astrophysicist, received his diploma from Reach Cyber Charter School.

Diana Egwuatu - tribe and elan

  • Diana Egwuatu, a talented young actor and model, recently won an Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Award (AMVCA). Her exceptional performance has captivated audiences, marking her as a rising star in the entertainment industry. Diana’s remarkable achievement highlights her promising future and undeniable talent in acting and modeling.

Joshua Beckford - tribe and elan

Joshua Beckford, a brilliant Nigerian child raised in Tottenham, England, was diagnosed with high-functioning autism at 10 months. His scholarly father began teaching him early, and Joshua quickly excelled, reading by three and learning Japanese. At six, he joined Oxford’s program for gifted children. Now 13, he aspires to be a neurosurgeon and has spoken at TEDx about his poem, “Saving Mother Earth.” He attributes much of his success to his devoted father, Knox Daniels.

June Alaare Wisse - tribe and elan

  • At age 3, June Alaare Wisse, now an 11-year-old Nigerian-Dutch model and poet, began learning the catwalk. Her mother, from Delta state, hired professional catwalkers to train her. June recalls, “I felt like a professional model already, practicing in the mirror and imagining the runway.”



Enorense Victory aka Kiriku , tribe and elan

  • Kiriku (born Enorense Victory on December 17, 2014) is a Nigerian comedian, content creator, and child actor from Benin, Edo State. Known for his phrase “abeg shift” and oversized t-shirts, Kiriku rose to fame through Instablog9ja and Tunde Ednut. He moved from Benin City to Lagos, collaborating with Broda Shaggi, Mr. Funny, Iyanya, Officer Woos, and Cute Abiola. Kiriku was named the most sought-after child comic actor in Nigeria and won the Breakout Social Content Creator of the Year 2022 at the Net.ng awards.

Oluwadarasimi Oluwaseun , tribe and elan

Oluwadarasimi Oluwaseun, a versatile model, actor, and dancer, is making waves in the entertainment industry. With his exceptional talent and dynamic performances, he captivates audiences and sets new standards in modeling, acting, and dance. His rising star promises an exciting future in the world of entertainment.


  • Joshua Agboola -tribe and elan
  • Thirteen-year-old programmer Joshua Agboola is the youngest certified Amazon Web Services developer associate in Africa. He achieved this after a rigorous two-hour exam testing his AWS cloud skills. Inspired by his earlier AWS certification and his father’s encouragement, Joshua prepared intensively, studying two to five hours daily for six weeks.

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