There are untold stories of Nigerians making history and impacting positively to improve human condition in the Diaspora and here is one of such stories.
Olowolafe is only 28 years old, but he has already distinguished himself in the world of of business and also as a philanthropist. He was born in the year 1986 in Ibadan-Nigeria. At the age of four, he was moved to Canada where he had a degree in economics at University of Toronto in the Year 2007. Olowolafe Jr. grew up in north west Toronto but later. he moved to Wood-bridge where he now lives with his family.
Isaac Olowolafe Jr. is the president of ‘Dream Maker Reality’, a real estate firm which he partner with his father. Dream Maker Realty was established nine years ago and has 850 million real estate’s under its management. The firm has 10 licensed agents and 45 consultants globally offering assistance in buying and selling real estate and wealth creation.
Olowolafe is also the president and C.E.O of ‘Dream Fund Holdings’, a company that issues real estate investment opportunities. He, in 2011 founded the non-profit organization called ‘Build Your Wealth’, with the goal of transforming 100 thousand lives in low income communities by building 89.2 billion in generational wealth through educational mentor-ship and investment access. Partners in the organizations include; The African Canadian Social Development Council, the University of Toronto, Toronto Housing Community and several churches.
The winner of 2012 Harry Jerome award in business category, Olowolafe is the youngest individual and first Nigerian from a Canadian University to have an award named in his honour.
What more can I say, God bless Olowolafe Isaac Jr., God bless Nigeria!
Written by Abigail Ocheibi
Photo Credit: Photo by Dave Chan.