APJ Op-Ed Editor Kenneth Okwor sat down with Chude Jideonwo to discuss politics, the continent, and his new book “How to Win Elections in Africa” during a visit to Harvard after giving a talk on said book at the University of Massachusetts.
Chude Jideonwo, a 2017 Yale Greenberg World Fellow, is the Managing Partner of Red, which comprises StateCraft Inc., Red Media Africa, Y!/Ynaija.com and Church Culture. He also teaches Media and Communication at the Pan Atlantic University, Lagos. Chude is an alumnus of the Lagos Business School and the Strathmore Business School in Kenya, and has also been recognized by Forbes, CNBC and BusinessDay for his excellence in entrepreneurship.
There were some audio inclarities due to the interview being recorded during a dinner. Please find a full transcript of the interview above and feel free to read along while listening.
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Pictured (From left to right) – Feyi Ogunmola (APJ), Kenneth Okwor (APJ), Alicia Bello (APJ), and Chude Jideonwo
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