Meet Francis Madojemu, CEO of Nustreams Conference & Culture Centre, Ibadan


About Francis Madojemu

Francis E. Madojemu, Coordinator of The Bridge Network is an Architect, a Business & Social Entrepreneur, Consultant for ReCLAIM Culture, as well as the CEO of NuSTREAMS Concepts, owners of NuSTREAMS Conference & Culture Centre, He is a multi-gifted motivational speaker as well as an educator whose principles on Success and Wealth fly in the face of conventional wisdom.

He is a very creative person and blessed with the gift of proffering ideas which are solutions to the problems encountered by individuals, organizations and the society at large. He has gifts in the area of teaching and encouraging people to attain their potential. He was the Pastor of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Jesus Embassy, Ibadan till September 2006. He is the author of Roadmap, Rich Pastor Poor Pastor and more recently, A Streetcar Called Marriage!

Francis E. Madojemu is married to Ajuma and they are blessed with two sons, Adam and Edward. He holds a Masters in Environmental Design, M.ED (Architecture) 1984 & a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Studies, BES (Architecture) 1982 from the University of Lagos, Nigeria after completing his School Certificate (1977) and Higher School Certificate (1979) from Federal Government College Ilorin.

He has worked in various other capacities as General Manager & Executive Director of Nuyi Knitting Industries Ltd from 1985 to 2000 and as Managing Director, Chief Executive of Wood & Things, Tops & Bottoms, since 1987. He founded Ideasbridge, a program for Human Resource Development which features the Entrepreneur, Sound & Music, and Employment & Career Development Clinic, (ECDC), as well as Angels of the ER. He also started the Shut Up & Drive Initiative to combat the use of mobile phones while driving.

His projects and platforms include the iBridge Hub initiative, which is an inspiring contemporary open space where young entrepreneurs and innovators in the city of Ibadan can bring their ideas to reality. At iBridge Hub, people from every profession, background and culture are being united by the imagination and drive to pursue enterprising ideas for the world, and iCode - a platform where Children, Youths, Educators and Parents can learn this essential 21st Century skill. Our mission is to give every child in our community the chance to learn to code. It is our aim to equip the next generation with this essential skill.

He is presently a Consultant Partner of ReCLAIM: Reclaiming Culture In Leadership, Accountability, Innovation & Management which is a culture resource platform, as well as a management consulting, research and training company with an innovative and ground breaking understanding and approach to culture and its impact. 

More recently he added The Patriots Network which he cofounded to the list. It is network of Individuals, Enterpreneurs, Organizations and Groups coming together to empower and support each other to develop and implement innovative, effective, sustainable solutions. Designed to respond to social and environmental challenges we face as well as address the issues of unemployment and poverty found in our communities with a long term view to wealth creation.

There is also inspired by to create a local platform to train and expose Africans and Nigerians to the emerging new You-Economy and equip us to participate in the global movement, taking advantage of the unique opportunities technology and the internet afford us with the integrity and accountability required to be "World Players" in this market and bringing in the unique African perspective and Ubuntu spirit of relationships while dealing with, and discouraging the reputations associated with fraud and suspicion that have plagued our continent. It's our opportunity to bring about a rebirth of the african renaissance and work ethic!

The recent developments around the country has also led to the development of HomeGrown is "a grow your own food initiative" that has grown out of a need to provide the common man's opportunity to impact the deficit and challenges we face in the enormous waste of resources in the importation of food in our country and contribute to developing ideas and conversations in to developing one of Africa's greatest gift.

Francis Madojemu, also has developed several platforms for ministry which include "I am a good man" a movement and a forum for Men in our community. We help men grow, because we believe the world needs grown up, mature, powerful and God fearing men. We are mentors, friends, brothers, challengers, fathers, and sons for one another.

Another platform is OneCall is a movement of believers who are urgently crying out to God to revive the church and transform the culture. It isn't a church, program, or event. It's a movement of like-minded people, churches, and organizations who agree that our nation needs a dramatic turnaround--but not the kind that comes from different politics, more education, or a better economy.

The 3rd platform, Ministering to the Lord is the beginning of what Francis Madojemu believes would be a global movement, encouraging people to shift from the so-called activities tagged as 'service and work for God' to focusing on the fundamental thing we were made for: worship and communion with God; we have a mandate to stir up and mobilize a generation who minister to the Lord and bring to bear His instructions and will for their lives and nations.

He also personally consults, mentors and coaches individuals, groups and organizations through seminars, workshops and conferences as well as with his books/CDs, presentations and believes "My Life's Calling and Vision Is To Help Others Succeed." This has led to the creation of The Francis Madojemu Organization, a company of leaders & experts invested in helping others succeed and grow to their maximum potential.

His creativity and unusual style have distinguished him in the various capacities he has served in. Francis Madojemu has been described many times and in many places as a nonconformist and as unorthodox, but truly, "Francis Madojemu is a Man Ahead of His Time!"***



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