#5 Skydive & Scuba Dive at the North Pole


To celebrate the global launch of C100, and to raise the profile of the projects they are funding, Og, Joy and their children, Aimee (6) and Moni (9), wanted to push themselves and do something incredible.

So they are travelling to the North Pole, where Og and Joy will attempt a back-to-back skydive and scuba dive. They will both skydive from 3,600m onto the Geographic North Pole, then Og will scuba dive 10m beneath the sea ice, making him the first person to skydive and scuba dive at the North Pole on the same day.

The Challenge

You Tube Videos


Mini explorers

We are going on an epic adventure from the equator to the top of the world. We will stand on top of the world and watch our Mum and Dad skydive onto the North Pole, our Dad will then scuba dive under the ice. Our super cool expedition leader, Cristina is there to keep us all safe.

Moni & Aimee Amazu's North Pole Blog

First Nigerians to reach the Geographic North Pole

by Monica Amazu, age 9

It’s Tuesday 7th April, I have just arrived in Oslo, the capital of Norway and as we are leaving the airport walking to our hotel, we pass an air vent and Christina’s skirt blew up twice. It was really funny and we saw her pants! The

I am going to the North Pole! EPIC but .... terrifying!

by Monica Amazu

I knew my Dad was going to the North Pole but I had no idea I was until my Mum told me and my sister. I felt shocked and in my head I was saying “what! what! what!”. When I told my friends they thought I

20 interesting facts about the North Pole

by Aimee Amazu

1. The first man to get to the North Pole was Matthew Henson accompanied by Robert Peary and four Inuit guides Egingwah, Ootah, Ooqueah, and Seegloowere in 1908. Matthew Henson got there forty five minutes before Robert Peary. Some people say it was Fredrick Cook with


The Projects we are doing this for

Nnewi Hospice for the Mentally Ill

Water Treatment & Bottling