p>Growing up in an average family in Lagos, Nigeria, personally, my early childhood saw me through an interesting developmental stage of my life where I was brought up in an environment that could be regarded as Urban slum. My family was I won’t say above average but on the mark of average and I was privileged to be in school, around me were bunch of my peers whose parents couldn’t afford to enroll them in school and were because of lack of basic education exposed to various vices that would later impact (in most cases negatively) on their lives. In the course of tertiary education, away from home; I was usually faced with different stories of what happened to some of these peers (childhood friends) and their involvement in youth restiveness which was largely due to lack of access to information. In fact, a girl was impregnated and delivered of baby at age Eleven (11 Years). All these, I believed were due to lack of access to basic need of a young person- education, Sexuality rights etc. this gave rise to my determination to be an advocate for all-round development of young people and women. A background that informed my founding an NGO upon graduation and also informed my decision in going into volunteering activities full time and not looking back since then.