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BlackBoyMCM
BlackBoyMCM
BornMicheal Oladimeji Caxton-Martins
March 3, 1997
🏳️ NationalityNigerian
💼 Occupation
Event Host/Hype
📆 Years active  2012-present
🏢 OrganizationStreet Kids Helping Initiative
🌐 Websitehttps://streetkidshelpinginitiative.com/about-us/
🥚 TwitterTwitter=
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Micheal Oladimeji Caxton-Martins known by his stage name BlackBoyMCM (born March 3, 1997) is a Nigerian Event Host, Creative Multi-potentialite, On Air Personality(OAP) & Humanitarian from Lagos State, Nigeria.

EARLY LIFE AND EDUCATION[edit]

Micheal Oladimeji Caxton-Martins was born in Lagos State. He spent his formative years in Accra, Ghana before moving back Nigeria with his parents and siblings. He attended BORIK Nursery and Primary School and Hopeful College, Ije Ododo. After secondary school, he attended Music school where he studied Music Production and Sound engineering. He attended the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria in 2015/2016 where he received his certificate in Basic Broadcast Presentation.

CAREER[edit]

He began his career in 2012 as a professional Dj and Comic Rapper, then transitioned into a Radio presenter and Event Host. He founded Street Kids Helping Initiative formerly known as Street Love in 2017. His Non-governmental organization through this foundation has reached out to over 1,000 children empowering them with basic Computer knowledge and Technology skills.[1] [2]

AWARDS[edit]

25 Under 25/SME 100 Africa Awards[1][2][3]

Nigeria Volunteers Awards-Global Giving

References[edit]

SKHI equips pupils with digital skills

TECH AFRICA WITH SKHI

25Under25 awards


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  1. SME AFRICA. "25 Under 25 Awards". BELLA NAIJA.
  2. 25 Under 25. "25 UNDER 25 WINNERS 2022". SMENG.
  3. Guardian News. "SME AFRICA-GUARDIAN NEWS". THE GUARDIAN.