Akingbola Adewunmi is a fourth year medical student of Lagos State University College Of Medicine who is enthusiastic about rewriting the narratives of the Nigerian Healthcare system and promoting Good Health for sustainable development.
He is the founder and executive director of HealthDrive Nigeria which serves to tackle the menace of community-relevant diseases especially Hepatitis through various advocacy strategies including Online and on-site seminars,Public Education , conferences and online strategic awareness campaign.
HealthDrive Nigeria has done alot in achieving its vision and also participated in the Commemoration of the World Hepatitis Day 2019 themed “Find the missing millions” by conducting article writing competition ,Walk for Hepatitis and Hepatitis B screening of the residents of Modupe street,Allen Ikeja.
He is currently the Community Outreach Manager of SDGs-ACT LASUCOM which serves to imprint the SDGs on the heart of Nigerians, He is the Director of Education in Social Impact Africa ,He is an Ambassador for Institute of Economics and Peace, Australia and he is also a Nigerian Ambassador for UNITED2030, U.S.A.
He is a passionate changemaker evident by his works under the aegis of HealthDrive NG ,SDGs-ACT and Social Impact Africa and He has just been selected for the United Nations Academic Impact Millennium Campus Fellowship to be a Fellow and an attendee of the Young Professional Bootcamp after which he would become an Alumnus.
He represents the chain of Global Changemakers working tirelessly to create a Better World and serves as a model that the Nigerian youths are instrumental in the rewriting the narratives of the Nigerian Systems.
He also encourages the Nigerian youths to be involved in volunteering as they would gain 21st century leadership skills which schools do not teach ,they should take up leadership roles ,build themselves and make themselves ready to receive global opportunities when they come. He also added that “The vision to redefine Nigeria isn’t a one-man vision ,but a vision for all”.