Growing up as the first child with two beautiful sister's was really fun but quiet challenging due to the fact that I was always scared of giving advice or making decisions.
Another challenging thing was the fact that my parents never had a male child.Some people were giving my Dad bad impression about a home full of girls and others were making fun of my Mum.But I really thank God for my Dad who treated us as if we were boys and never discriminated us like others do. I LOVE YOU DAD!!!
Growing up as a young lady,all I wanted to do was to teach the little ones,help the less privileged and the oppressed.
I thank God because I'm a teacher now,but never got the chance to help the less privileged. My Dad who would have opened an orphanage for me lost his Job(with NITEL telecommunications in Nigeria)
I've been trying to get an NGO to volunteer but to no avail.The one I got ending last year is not active.
Sisters,I've now decided to stop the fears, come out of my shell and do the impossible.Some people said I'm too young,others said is impossible. But I said to myself,I CAN DO IT!!!
Want to open a school at affordable price(Went to a place in Jos,the children had to walk for miles to get to school because the few schools around there are too expensive)
I also want to start up an NGO and call it "speak out". Where women and girls who are abused,oppressed or discriminated can speak out freely...
I don't have anything but I believe that God will help me achieve my dreams.Sister Florence and Tosin from Nigeria, thanks for inspiring me.
I KNOW I CAN DO IT