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CNN Money turns its spotlight on CEO and Co-Founder of RED Media, Chude Jideonwo on the Passion to Portfolio program. The feature focuses on how Chude and the Red Media team use media as a business enterprise to influence Nigerian youth today.

Red Media used the platform of Africa’s teeming youth audience o galvanise people to take action. With the required expertise in that sector, Red Media creates revenue using his passion for youth development.

Chude says he has faith that this is the turning generation for the country, and for the continent at large.

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8 Comments

  1. Ijebujesha

    October 26, 2016 at 12:29 am

    These zero-values guys should let people hear word abeg. They are just cheap hustlers, no substance just loud mouths. Amaechi bribed them heavily and they foisted an old dullard on a a gullible and overtly emotive young populace..The rest as they say is history..They are balling..getting corporate endorsements and jobs via Amaechi, the gullible youths they fooled are suffering. Now they are using their links to get on CNN as if that changes the fact that they are THIEVES and SCAMMERS (they scammed gullible youths during the last elections)

    • EE

      October 26, 2016 at 2:24 am

      Can private sector businesses be “bribed………heavily”. What you’re saying is they should have rejected business because you don’t approve???

      Second, I assure you those who voted massively for Buhari did not see the trendy PR makeover.

      Before we rewrite history, Buhari won Lagos with only 160k votes, he lost Rivers, lost Ekiti, lost Delta, lost Cross River. The numbers will show you that he one because MORE GEJ voters stayed home than new ones voted for Buhari.

      Of course, if we go down the rabbit hole of why GEJ voters were sufficiently disgusted enough to stay at home, it might raise issues that affect your carefully structured narrative.

    • Dont hate the player, hate the game

      October 26, 2016 at 9:18 am

      Don’t hate the player, hate the game. These are businessmen and they conducted business, lucky for them their candidate won, you might not like it but it is what it is. How is it possible to deceive people? like how? Since when has someone doing their job amount to deceit?

      “Amaechi bribed them heavily and they foisted an old dullard on a a gullible and overtly emotive young populace” — Also I would like you to explain this statement. Na wah oh don’t you how political campaigns work? PR and spin doctors. They wine and dine with the candidates and it is normal.

      I only recently started hearing about these guys and the backlash from some people about how they sold us out and all. What I cannot understand is how doing your job can be seen as a bad thing.

      Dont hate the player, hate the game.

    • bunmi

      October 29, 2016 at 12:28 pm

      wow. I don’t get. All these because your ‘hero’ lost the election. Na wa for you o!

  2. Keke

    October 26, 2016 at 9:12 am

    You are a disgusting person ijebujesha.
    Anyway, well done Chude and Bola! The things you guys have done in the media? Kai.

  3. Markz

    October 27, 2016 at 1:05 pm

    The issue with these guys is their hypocrisy. They are good businessmen and that’s fine. But when they make it sound like they are out to positively change society ‘to galvanize people to take action’…that sucks because it is plain hypoocrisy. They simply galvanize gullible people to take action in furtherance of their business interests. Like 360degrees packaged a terrible candidate as the messiah. The GEJ excuse isnt tenable,Nigeria has 170m human beings, why fraudulently package a terrible candidate on the premise that you dont want GEJ. CNN should find honest, ethical busisnessmen to interview, no cheap hustlers that romance politicians and get a share of loot under the banner of doing business.

  4. Offended by Markz

    October 27, 2016 at 11:14 pm

    But Markz this is such a stupid argument, sorry. To reduce a 12-year old business that has several arms including the futures awards which is respected across Africa, and ynaija etc simply because you disagreed with one client? Sometimes I wonder at the quality of thinking I see with some of you. It’s so Dino-Melaye poor.

  5. LOL

    October 29, 2016 at 11:09 am

    LOL. Even more foolish. You admit that it’s their work that got people to vote for Buhari. And yet you say they don’t galvanize young people, but that is exactly the definition of galvanizing young people. So, apparently, they know the work gan.

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