Become A Member of Prekeazu Foundation.

PreciousIJ
Posted January 8, 2021 from Nigeria
Make A Difference.

We are living in a world where the end of suffering is unpredictable. It's already 2021, nine more years remaining before we get to 2030. Despite our vision to achieve a sustainable world,  there's still under-development in sub-Saharan Africa.

We Africans need to realize that running away from our country to a well-developed nation isn't the solution. We want to run away from our problems, but we don't understand that every successful place/person utilised hard work and time to achieve their current position. Yes, I love the developed world, who doesn't?. However, I love my country more. Yes, our politicians are corrupt, but I believe that there's still a way out, If we can all come together as one voice to speak up for what is right, and also keep aside our religious and tribal bigotry, then Africa will be a better place to live. Let us work together to achieve a sustainable world.  I believe that the government are working poorly because they know we are not unified, and they know that we can't stand up to make a change.

If you want a change, then join Prekeazu Foundation and be the voice of Africa.

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Jill Langhus
Jan 08
Jan 08

Hi Precious,

Welcome to World Pulse! Thanks for sharing your first passionate post! I agree:-) Can you tell us more about the Prekeazu Foundation? What are the mission and goals? Do you have a website and/or social media page(s) to follow?

Looking forward to hearing more about it.

PreciousIJ
Jan 08
Jan 08

Thanks a lot, Jill,
Prekeazu Foundation is a youth-led non-profit organization which aims to promote education, health and youth engagement. Yes, we have social media platforms and can be accessed through Google. You just have to type "Prekeazu Foundation" on Google.

Thanks once again.

jomarieb.earth
Jan 08
Jan 08

Hi Precious,
I visited the website and Facebook of Prekeazu Foundation. It appears the foundation is in its very beginning stages. And that's great because you have to start somewhere. World Pulse has an excellent presence on Instagram. I suggest you take a moment and enjoy. Join, like and interact. There is a great deal of activity. Social media is so important today and having a great presence is crucial. I suggest you build a solid base on one platform. Instagram offers video (Reels) as well. It has free self promotion. And the tools to set up and maintain are easy. There is DM. I am connected to World Pulse people on Instagram. Followers can set up free promotion for you as well.
Traffic is abundant if you post well and often. It's trending and extremely popular. When you start, have 15 pictures to post to begin. That is one phone swipe. These are a few of my humble recommendations to help you represent your cause. Welcome to World Pulse Precious. You will enjoy being here.
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Nini Mappo
Jan 09
Jan 09

Hello Precious,
Welcome to World Pulse. It is always encouraging to see pan-Africans bringing solutions to problems instead of running away or complaining.
Go girl, go team Prekeazu!
I think you ought to watch speeches by president Paul Kagame of Rwanda on pan-Africanism, Africa solutions, and African autonomy. He's the most loyal, progressive Pan - Africanist I know, and has brilliant ideas for development which he actually puts into action. Under his leadership, although Rwanda is not a perfect democracy, it is for me an example of what can be achieved.
I look forward to hearing the milestones of this journey to rebuild the beautiful, ebony continent!

PreciousIJ
Jan 09
Jan 09

Thank you so much for your warm response. I appreciate

PreciousIJ
Jan 09
Jan 09

I will do as you stated. Thanks so much.

Tamarack Verrall
Jan 09
Jan 09

Hello Precious,
A big welcome to World Pulse, and congrats on your first post, and on your new organization. I'm glad to see some great suggestions for how to expand online. I learn so much from all of the info World Pulse sisters share. I hold all governments of the world as complicit in this mess that we live in, and am so grateful for this platform so that we can learn from each other what is happening, and about groups like yours, determined to create positive change. Together we know such a different world is possible.
One small hint about responding here: if you use the arrow under a response, we each get an alert that you have responded.
Have a great time exploring, and please keep in touch about your important work!

rebecca.tang
Jan 11
Jan 11

Thank you for sharing your hope and vision. Everyone in the world is suffered with the Pandemic. However, we believe it would be getting better in 2021.
Also, we hope the developing countries will improve and people there will have better life.
May Almighty God bless you all!

Hello, Precious J,

Welcome to World Pulse! What a joy that a new voice from Nigeria is rising up!

Your message is a powerful one, dear. It doesn't just speak to Africans but to me, too, as a Filipina (Philippines). A lot of our countrymen leave our country. I look forward to reading more from you.

By the way, dear, when you reply to comments, kindly use the back arrow so the encouragers/commenters will receive a notification of your responses.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Beth Lacey
8:59am
8:59am

Welcome to World Pulse. Good luck with Prekeazu