Bio: Bayonle Fesobi is the Community Mobilizer with the Liberty Opportunity Task Force (LOTF) at Students For Liberty. He is a social change agent and advocates for peaceful and inclusive societies. He is passionate about capacity development and youth participation in politics. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science & Public Administration from Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.
Bayonle joined SFL as a Local Coordinator after attending the West African Regional Conference in 2017. He established a campus group at the Federal University, Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria, and contributed to setting several other campus groups in Northern Nigeria in 2018. He is committed to spreading the message of liberty across African countries, building strong teams committed to growing ideas of liberty, and training young students and professionals to grow skills that will make them relevant and effective and compete in the real-life workspace.
Bayonle became the National Coordinator for SFL Nigeria in 2018. In 2019, he won the SFL Top50 Global Students Awards and became Regional Coordinator for Recruitment and Expansion West Africa and later Regional Coordinator for Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sierra Leone, and Cape Verde, managing SFL activities and coordinators in the regions. He has completed Programs Internship at African Students For Liberty and; Social Media Internship at African Liberty, where he was an Alumni Writing Fellow. Until recently, he served as Regional Coordinator for Communication and Marketing at ASFL. Bayonle holds an award from Atlas Network Academy in Marketing and Communications, 2022. He believes that until everyone is free, no one is free. Everyone can make a positive difference; discovering this is the first step. Everything falls and rises on leadership.
Favorite Figures in Liberty: Tom G. Palmer, George Ayittey, Adam Smith, Ayn Rand, Murray N. Rothbard, and Olumayowa Okediran.
A quote on SFL:“Students For Liberty is the most organized and largest student group in the world where young people can have access to unparalleled resources, training, and networks that can make them strong beacons of liberty.”