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Committed to building The next generation of African Innovators GODO HUB Executing beyond the idea Building the biggest
Pan-African Certified network of mentors

Who Are We

GoDo Hub is a creative, innovative and tech-centric hub

with the goal of actively participating and contributing to the growth and development of an equal, inclusive and sustainable Africa. 

GoDo Hub works with multiple partners, mobilizing resources and fostering collaborations that co-create sector-specific, context-driven solutions, and programs that make direct contributions to the attainment of SDG 8, 9, and 10 in Nigeria and Africa. 


Lets crack some numbers


Mentors across Africa


Mentees by 2030


Build capacity of women and innovators

We build

a bridge between ecosystems and communities

with resources!


the next generation of Pan-African Innovators


building an equal, inclusive ecosystem.


innovation, inclusivity and women empowerment

Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.


Our Team

CFA is co-founder of Pacer VC and Founder Institute's Regional Director for Africa supporting the launch of new startups on the continent. He actively promotes the African tech ecosystem through his weekly TV show, Tech Trends on Channels TV as well as a weekly column in Punch newspapers

Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr. "CFA"

Grace Oluchi is a Feminist, Pan-Africanist, business coach, trainer and women empowerment advocate. She has cumulatively 9 years of experience working in the francophone Africa entrepreneurial ecosystem. Alongside her function as hub manager at Cinolu, she is also the project manager at Femmes 360 a platform aimed at empowering women entrepreneurs and young girls and women in technology and innovation. She also consults for several innovations and tech hubs in Africa GoDo Hub Nigeria included. With an MBA in Management, her goal is to contribute to an inclusive, equal and sustainably developed Africa.

Grace Oluchi

Innovation and Strategy Lead
Cameron Law is a Sacramento native who brings his passion for Sacramento as well as his experience in social ventures, venture capital, and management consulting to the Carlsen Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as the Interim Executive Director. He is an active ecosystem-builder and is working through the Carlsen Center to make the Greater Sacramento region a premier hub for innovation and entrepreneurship.

Cameron R. Law

Advisory Board Member
Adenike Adeyemi is a development sector professional with over 18 years of experience in non-profit management, enterprise development, education, and youth enablement strategies.

Adenike Adeyemi

Advisory Board Member
Visionary, astute, results-oriented and versatile leader offering more than 18 years of international, multi-faceted experience in business development and program design in the private sector, social impact, and nonprofit tech sector.

Njideka U. Harry

Advisory Board Member
Sheilah is an ecosystem builder, co-creation of policies enthusiast, Startups and SMEs growth enabler, community convener, innovation and Strategy Specialist.She has 11+ years of experience in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology in Africa.

Sheilah Birgen

Advisory Board Member