Arit Aduke Abolade is the founder and executive director of Stella Teaching and Relief Foundation (STAR Foundation), a nonprofit organization that operates out of Abeokuta, Ogun State. A graduate of Microbiology, she holds a diploma in Missions from Christian Missionary Foundation and currently works full-time as a Christian missionary with vulnerable children in rural areas. She talked to me about working with children, and the free children’s prayer book she has written. Read it HERE.
In a country where many universities are struggling and some have already begun to decay, students like you who still strive for excellence and greatness against the odds, are in the minority.
I want you to know that I’m rooting for you, and I have a few things to share with you that will help you if you don’t merely read, but actually take them to heart.
We can talk about how lit 2018 is going to be from now till tomorrow, but talk is cheap. Unless we take deliberate steps, 2018 will not be significantly better than 2017. In fact, “Happy New Year” begins now.
If you’re really serious about developing yourself, there is one commitment you must make and keep.
It was from Betty Abah that I first heard about schools in Makoko where students struggle because their parents cannot afford the daily school fees of N30 – N50. I interviewed her about CEE-HOPE Nigeria and the work she does amongst the indigent and vulnerable. Read it HERE.
Gbenga Osowe holds a B.Sc (Hons) in Materials Science and Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile –Ife, and is an Associate Member of the Institute of Strategic Management of Nigeria (ISMN). He is currently an office manager (the role is also called operations manager) at a tech company.
He talked to me about what the role entails, how a young person can prepare for a career in operations, and more. Read the interview HERE.