PagePedia founder proffers solution to online identity theft

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Temiloluwa O’Peters

Founder of information profiling app, PagePedia, Sowemimo Abiodun has said he has  developed the ‘Internet Identity Number’, a solution to online identity theft.

Abiodun, in a statement on Friday, also listed iNet Telecommunications, CapitalMetriQ Swift Bank and InfoMetriQ Data Network as some of his ongoing projects.

Speaking on his mission and course in Information Technology, Abiodun stated that he wished to change the African narrative through data and technology with financial inclusion to help individuals and small and medium-sized enterprises.

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“My major focus is to continue to put the black human race at the forefront of the global economy driven by technology,” he added.

On the 17th of March 2019, he was honoured and awarded by the Egyptian President and Chairperson of African Union, Abdel El-Sisi, at the World Youth Forum as the most promising youth in Africa.

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The statement said, “He manages a portfolio of global market leaders comprised of many global profiles’ agency networks, numerous leading national advertising agencies; a global network of million marketing services companies; and a media group.”

According to the release, he also offers services in over 50 marketing communications disciplines across more than 200 strategic brand platforms.

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