about-fruitfulujahFruitfulujah Project (also known as “Fruitfulujah“) is registered with the Nigeria Cooperate Affairs Commission, Abuja.

It was founded in 2013, to help small and medium size businesses leverage the power of the Internet to create wealth.

Since the project began, it has built many projects (blogs, websites, software, memberships, learning platforms, e-commerce sites) for SME’s in Nigeria.  Also conducted WordPress training workshops offline, and through its website.

“Our goal is to simplify technology for everyday people, and help them build fruitful Internet projects. We love what we do. That is who we are.”  –  Sefa Tsegha, Project Lead.

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Sam Adeyinka
Sam Adeyinka

Sefa Tsegha – Is the founder of The Fruitfulujah Podcast a subsidiary of The Fruitfulujah Projects.

He his enthusiastic about teaching his findings about WordPress, running successful membership site, building emailing list, all of which are centered on technology.

His catchword is simply to help “simplify technology for everyday people”, which he is enthusiastically doing with his podcast. I met Sefa on Nigeria Podcast Network and immediately got interested in what he’s got to offer (not money but knowledge) via his blog.

As a matter of fact, the first connection was his amazing, thoughtful, and helpful response as regards the crowdsourcing question I posed about my upcoming conference.

Sefa has been really helpful to me. His calls, texts, Fb chats, guides are what swelled me up to start my podcast.

Sir, I really appreciate you. You are indeed my superhero!

Sam Adeyinka – IncomeSplash.com

Our Projects

  • Fruitfulujah.xyz – Web hosting and domain name portal for SME’s in Nigeria
  • Readly.me – Developers of JambMock, a JAMB Computer Base Test software and e-testing platform popularly used by students in Nigeria.
  • PodcastMech.com – Podcast audio editing, transcript, and show notes writing service for podcasters.
  • EPiTConsult.com – A blog dedicated to publishing IT related news and views that you and yours can use.
  • The Fruitfulujah Podcast – A media outlet where we simplify technology for everyday people, and help them build fruitful Internet projects.
  • ExtraKudi.com –  An e-commerce site built for Konga.com affiliate.

Some Clients


Do you have a project? Let’s talk!