Life with Kayode Fahm is a 13-episode motivational series showcasing Kayode Fahm’s travels throughout Africa as a motivational speaker, classical guitarist and martial artist seeking to inspire progressive change. Each episode explores a key life theme in an attempt to lift, educate as well as motivate viewers.
The series features inspirational international professionals as well as Nollywood celebrities and was shot in Lagos, Cross Rivers, Nairobi, Dakar, Goree Island, Sali, Saloume, Dubai and Los Angeles.
The series targets the youth, young adults and adults young at heart as it’s key audience. The series is proudly supported by First Bank of Nigeria.
Episode One – Supporting Our Women
This episode discusses the importance of supporting women throughout the continent and presents the work of Africa’s first female Nobel Laureate, an inspirational teacher that founded an iconic music school in the slums of Nairobi and a women’s prison that was lifted by a loving speech.
The episode also features a Nollywood celebrity and an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist.
Kayode Fahm: Motivational Speaker, Classical Guitarist And Martial Artist
Kayode Fahm is a motivational speaker, classical guitarist and martial artist. He found his feet in the corporate world in 1986 after graduating with a B.SC in Mathematics from Imperial. He joined Arthur Andersen to start a new job.
He later moved to Goldman Sachs in 1990 and became an execute director at the company in June 1994 at age 29. He was headhunted from Goldman Sachs by the National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia in 1995.
With the stress of running and managing a business, private guitar studies with the late Richard Hand of the Hand/Dupre guitar duo was his escape and outlet, this went on for 14 years.
During this period, he attended many leadership and people management training programmes, workshops and seminars and equally taught mixed martial arts on the weekends.
After the death of his mother, he relocated to Nigeria, focusing on helping to improve and develop the country.
He completely retired from the financial sector in 2010 at 45 years and, since then, has been involved in capacity development of Nigerians spanning the corporate world, marital arts, music performing, life coaching and mentoring.