Young businessman, Favour Ori who is the CEO of Payday, is utilizing his abilities and love of technology to improve life in Africa. His work with FavCode54 is motivational and an example of the influence that youth and innovation can have. Favour Ori is laying the foundation for a better future for the continent by providing young Africans with essential tech skills.
Software engineer and business owner Favour Ori, 26, comes from Abia State in Nigeria. He is the CEO of Payday, a Fintech app that aids with international payments.
He founded the non-profit IT company FavCode54, whose goal is to give the next generation of Africans the skills and tools they need to become software development specialists. He is also the CEO of Payday.
Favour Ori Age
He was born 30 December, 1996 so he is 25-year old.
Favour Ori Career
Favour founded Favcode out of a deep desire to teach and train people to code and to be able to connect them with the appropriate IT jobs in Africa. The ultimate goal is to provide people the technical know-how they need to thrive in Africa’s digital industry and to channel their abilities toward something useful like making Africa a large tech hub.
Favcode currently has more than 5000 active students, and we are constantly growing. Students who enroll in programs through our online portal have access to high-quality learning tools and materials to provide a smooth learning experience.
People don’t need a degree or programming experience to use FavCode54. They become the geniuses that tech businesses are looking for thanks to our efforts. Our students are matched with knowledgeable mentors and instructors.
Several mentors have experience working with technology firms like Facebook, Google, Apple, IBM, Instagram, Snapchat, etc., and are alumni or current students of Ivy League universities like Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. Spreading technology and being prepared for the future are the objectives!
Favour Ori Net Worth
Favour Ori’s net worth is still under estimation.
On February 28, 2020, ABiT Network purchased the three-week-old College Situation app by Nigerian Favour Ori.
According to a statement from ABiT, the agreement would see Favour Ori own 2% of the company permanently while ABiT Mobile Application holds 98%.