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Welcome to Celebrity File on influence. On this program, we go beyond borders to dig out the X-factors in noble men and women and make them your challenging line to dare your fears and live your dream. In this timely and riveting episode, we bring you the amazing but brave story of one of the greatest young women in global media frontline alive with an iconic seasoning in her evolution and legendary aspect to her formation. Ladies and gentle men all over the world, meet the super sensational Broadcast Prowess Josh Adesewa; the lady, her make and her influence 👉👏


This is a community based project, reaching out to children in a bid to create better societies across Africa once every year. #ProjectSmileAfrica targets poor communities, and provides books, clothes, shoes toys, to mention but a few for the children. As the project expands, we hope to be able to embark on bigger community projects sequel to anticipated increase in our donor and volunteer base.

As a project reaching out to the socio- economic needs of children in Africa between the ages of 0-19 through education and empowerment, we are a group of professional volunteers and we implement project tailored to our research and expert analysis world wide.

PSA works with volunteers including professionals and donors to bring each community tailored project to fruition. We believe that little consistent changes can change the world, putting as little as a smile on a child’s face can change their life forever. We in the nearest future, want to partner with major regional bodies with common goals like the United Nations to bring hope to these children. Help us give the little things.


“Adesewa Josh and Project smile Africa Team tackle sex and adolescent pregnancy at “Talk to your Teens” Event”

We officially launched last year, when we visited the police barracks in Ikeja to cater for over a thousand kids. we have now embarked on a five year campaign called Talk2urteen to create awareness about the dangers of adolescent pregnancy, and engage the girls in different communities and secondary schools on appropriate sex education.
On the 3rd of December 2014, our Talk2urteen campaign kicked off with over 400 secondary school girls, as our team of professional volunteers engaged them in meaningful conversation about sex, the danger of adolescent pregnancy, also about their health and the importance of education.

Our main objective throughout this campaign is to support and inspire the girl child, encouraging her to prioritize her education and steer clear of adolescent pregnancy, which is said to be the number one killer of teenage girls worldwide, but more rampant in developing countries; an experience that also reduces substantially the chances of a bright future for the girl. We at PROJECT SMILE AFRICA know that adolescent girls hold the key to a world free of poverty. We have a team of professional volunteers across Africa who are blazing the trail in their countries, and we are open to more volunteers interested in leading the initiative in their countries.

Interested volunteers and donors can indicate their interest by sending a mail to psa@adesewajosh.com,
talk2urteens@gmail.com or call +234 (0) 8098011322, +234 (0) 8026663785

Adesewa Josh is a prime time News Anchor and Correspondent currently practicing with Africa’s best TV of the year, and Nigeria’s 8th time best TV station Channels Television. She is also the convener of Project Smile Africa; a community based project that reaches out to children and teens in rural communities.


Career Milestone Success
She was the only TV broadcast journalist from Nigeria nominated by the US Government to report on the Historic US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washinghton DC. During the summit, she was the only African journalist who reported alongside CNN, AP, AURN amongst others at the 2nd African First Ladies conference hosted by the US First Lady Michelle Obama. Prior to this, she was the only correspondent from West Africa invited to cover the maiden edition of the George W.Bush African First Ladies conference in Dareesalam Tanzania where she interviewed the First Lady – Her Excellency ‘Madame Salma Kikwete’, top government officials, reputable African business men and women among others.

At the first World Economic Forum Africa held in Abuja; Nigeria’s federal capital, she was the station’s on the ground correspondent who reported extensively on the event, interviewing African leaders, top business men, and Brazil’s former President Lula Da Silva. In her capacity as a News Anchor and correspondent, she has interviewed several Nigerian Governors , ministers and business executives including Forbes Africa’s richest man in Africa Aliko Dangote, taking them up on issues bordering on National security, development, politics, international relations among others.

She moderated the United Nations backed Genvoices telethon, a platform to harness the offline and online energy of young Nigerians for practical efforts towards nation building. As an International Affairs correspondent, she reported on President Barack Obama’s Africa tour in 2013, and she played a leading role in a team that hosted a live town hall interview of President barack obama and former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton; the first of its kind in Africa, and exclusive to channels television in Nigeria. She investigated the US -Nigeria relations after the United States discovered shale oil, predicting a slight shift in America’s foreign policy towards Nigeria. During her research, she interviewed the Us consul General to Nigeria-Jeffrey Hawkins. She has also interviewed other Ambassadors, top US government officials to mention but a few.

Adesewa has also participated in reputable local and international conferences including the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Rio De Jenairo Brazil. Prior to her advent into full time broadcast journalism, Adesewa was a client service executive with a small start-up company shortly after she graduated from the university, she led the marketing team to create a strategic marketing campaign for the company’s new products. Shortly after that, she worked with a local production company as a producer, presenter and field director for a lifestyle programme. She started her own media consultancy firm Fariedah Fariedah in 2012 and has offered consultancy services to top political figures including former vice president Atiku Abubakar.

She has used her platform to push for policy review on issues bordering on girl child education, women empowerment, among others. As the convener of Project Smile Africa, Adesewa led a team of professional volunteers to a rural community in lagos in 2013 to reach out to over 1,000 children between ages 4-17yrs who live in abject poverty. She single handedly raised funds for the project from volunteers and local investors. Adesewa had been an Actor, she featured in the popular DSTV drama series Tinsel, to mention but a few , the one time model also graced major Nigerian brands including Multivite.


Educational Profile
Adesewa holds a Post graduate diploma in International relations and strategic studies from the Lagos State University, a first degree in Science Laboratory Technology from the Federal University of Akure, a Certificate in governance from Alder Consulting, a certificate in TV presentation from UK’s Aspire Presenting Institute. She trained as a producer with the BBC. Adesewa is a speaker and media trainer. She is also a member of the young African Leader initiative Network (YALIN) and the Global Investigative Journalism Network.
Photo Credit: Adesewa’s Facebook
Research Credit: Adesewa’s Resume

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