Isaac Somtochukwu Jideonwor

Founder of Imaginact

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Isaac Somtochukwu Jideonwor

Founder of Imaginact

Isaac Somtochukwu Jideonwor is an 18-years African serial entrepreneur, writer, brand identity and user interface designer who is the founder of Imaginact, a non-profit organization that takes and empowers actions for change. Imaginact has trained more than 300 young people on tech skills and introduced more than 150 young African girls to STEM in 2021 alone. Isaac Somto started his change-making journey after he completed his high school education in 2017, he founded WowFactor360 at the age of 15 and later sold it off and then went on to start Techcrest, a platform focused on Africa’s technology space and sold it off after reaching more than 100k people within months. Isaac Somto has been involved in a lot social entrepreneurship campaigns in Africa and has been on the executive boards of innovative organisations such as Learnblue.org, Talem Business School (Nigeria’s first structure business school), etc

He is currently working on Aider, an app that lets people take control of emergency situations. The app enables Nigerians and Africans to tackle the issues that exist in emergency situations in Nigeria.