Bola-Ige Alabi-Efeshodiamhe is an investigative solution journalist and photographer.
Bola-Ige Alabi-Efeshodiamhe is the Founder, African Objectivist Movement, a pro-liberty and free economy advocate group.
He served as Director, Branding, Media and Success stories at African Students For Liberty promoting freer society, peace and freedom in Africa.
He is an advocate, comrade and volunteer to the core since his secondary school days. He became interested in the promotion of free society, freedom and human rights after he read through Ayn Rand popular novel "Atlas Strugged" in 2011, a book he purchased as "after used" book on the street of Lagos.
After several research he conducted on objectivism and freer society, he came across Students For Liberty website in 2014 and begin to follow their activities gradually as well as participating in their programme and events until he applied to become Local Coordinator in 2016.
A graduate of Mass Communication and multimedia investigative freelance journalist, photo and videojournalist, writer and speaker. He is the CEO, Innovative Media Communication and Public Relations Consult (IMPReC) and African Program Manager at African Objectivists Movement.
Bola-Ige is Education Rights Ambassador at Their World Incorporated U.K, African Changemakers Fellow, YALI West Africa RLC Fellow and Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) Ambassador.
He is a volunteer to several organizations both at home and abroad among which are Youth For Human Rights International, Youth For Christ International, Students Direct International, Global Access to Post-Secondary Education, among others.