|Born||Noah Olarenwaju Ibrahim|
April 20, 1992
|🏫 Education||Mayflower School |
Obafemi Awolowo University
Noah Olanrewaju Ibrahim (born 20 April 1992) is a Nigerian engineer and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Novarick Homes and Properties Limited – a Nigerian real estate development company.
Early life and Education
Noah Ibrahim was born in Isolo Town, Lagos. He completed his primary and secondary education at St Leo's Catholic School, Lagos and Mayflower School Ikenne, Remo, Ogun State respectively before proceeding to Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Noah co-founded Noah&Nola, a footwear brand in 2014 before venturing into Real Estate development. In 2018, he founded Novarick Homes and Properties Ltd with a vision to build greener communities in Africa. He is an advocate of renewable energy as an alternate source of power. His work in the real estate development sector has focused on improving the life of Nigerians by developing estates that run on renewable energy and are carbon free. Noah Ibrahim is also a business coach and mentor and runs a blog where he shares some of his trainings and ideas.
Awards and Recognition
- Induction to the Chartered Institute of public resource management and politics hall of fame 
- Top 100 Fastest-Growing SMEs in Nigeria 2019 by Businessday
- Business Day CEO Apprentice 2016 - Winner
- Realtor Company of the Year (Sellerrand Realty Ltd) with Dpkay Homes
- Humanitarian Service Award from Concerned Southwest Youth Movement (CSYM)
- Feed the kids certificate of appreciation
- Noah Ibrahim – Nigeria’s Top 10 Real Estate Disruptors 2020
- An Interview with Novarick Homes CEO, Noah Ibrahim | Business Day. Retrieved Nov 5, 2019
- Noah Ibrahim: Real estate Investment Now the Best Option for True Wealth Generation | Thisday. Retreieved January 20, 2020
- Once you Give Value, Money Would Follow – Noah Ibrahim, CEO Novarick Homes/ Guardian. Retrieved 21 January 2020
- Novarick Homes CEO inducted into Fellowship Hall of Fame at Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics, Ghana Vanguard. Retrieved June 17, 2020
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