UNICEF Identifies CEO Comic Republic as One of Africa’s Change Makers

Must Read

Top 10 Most Expensive Universities In Nigeria

For many Nigerians, high-quality higher education is a luxury. There are many private universities who are known not only...

List of Guaranty Trust Bank Sort Codes & Branches (with addresses) in Nigeria

The sort code is a number that usually identifies both the bank and the branch where an account is...

Shop now, pay later with www.zerofinance.com.ng

Zerofinance is Nigeria’s leading online retail store, providing quality branded home electronics, domestic appliances, computers, mobile phones and household...
UNICEF Identifies CEO Comic Republic as One of Africa's Change MakersUNICEF Identifies CEO Comic Republic as One of Africa's Change Makers

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) recently identified CEO Jide Martin as one of Africa’s Change Makers!

According to UNICEF, Jide Martin creates African Superheroes to inspire children and pass on moral values.

Launched in 2013, Comic Republic is dedicated to driving the growth of the African comic market, and publishes various African-inspired comics available online for free. Since its inception, it has a stable of titles and characters that are being dubbed the “African Avengers” – among them Guardian Prime, an almost Messianic Superman-analogue; super-smart bookworm Nutech, gifted with “teletechnopathy and magnetism” abilities; fearsome warrior-woman Ireti; super-fast Maxspeed.

It is also home to Avonome, Aje, Hero Generation, Scion Immortal, Eru, Ireti, Visionary, Hero Kekere, Uhuru, Legend of the windriders and many more characters.

Jide Martin expressed his delight at UNICEF’s recognition. He said, “We are honored to be recognized for the impact we are making through comic books.”
Comic Republic has published over 40 comic books and distributed them all free to grow the comic book culture in Africa.
- Advertisement -
Read:  INTRODUCING FGN SAVINGS BOND OFFER FOR OCTOBER 2017

The Company was named Best Comic Publishing Firm in Nigeria at the 2015 Lagos Comic Convention.

Read:  More Nigerians Have Access to Cell Phones Than Toilets - UNICEF

On the 23rd of November, 2016, Comic Republic was featured as an African Startup by the American news agency, CNN

- Advertisement -

Subscribe to BrandSpur Ng

Subscribe for latest updates. Signup to best of brands and business news, informed analysis and opinions among others that can propel you, your business or brand to greater heights.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Vingroup Starts to Produce Ventilators and Body Thermometers

HANOI, VIETNAM - Media OutReach - 4 April 2020 - In response to the call of the General Secretary, the President, the...

Jumia Takes More Actions to Support the Fight Against COVID-19

Africa’s leading e-commerce platform, Jumia, has announced a number of actions to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. “The last few weeks have been...

Federal Government Moves to Salvage Economy but Needs to Consider Restructuring

In the just concluded week, President Muhammadu Buhari, on Thursday, met with the Presidential Committee on the Impact of the Coronavirus on Nigeria’s Economy...

Local Equities Market Plunges by 3.51% as Bonny Light Crashes to USD21.41

In the just concluded week, amid further drop in crude oil prices, especially Bonny Light which fell to USD21.41 per barrel on Thursday, April...
- Advertisement -
BrandsPur Weekly Cartoons
%d bloggers like this: