According to the Nigerian government, a youth is a person who is between the ages of 18 to 35 years old. As youths and young people, we are much stronger than we think but sometimes we just don’t know. We live in a country where the highest level of poverty, underemployment and unemployment is among […]Read more "The power is in our youth"
There was this 15 years old girl called Emma,Emma wrote her West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exam(popularly known as Waec)she did excellently in this exam but the moment that changed everything was when she failed her JAMB exams.She was sad that she failed this exam and she became depressed but what made her even more […]Read more "Changing the way we see Mental Health in Nigeria."
Hi everyone, it is 11:43pm in Nigeria ;I am not very happy neither will I say I am sad. I have decided to share some of my life experiences with the world and I hope that we can get something positive out of this. I will try to be detailed in my write up without […]Read more "Learning and supporting each other through healing."
Hi everyone, Happy new year and I pray that may this year bring to us the fulfillment of our wishes and heart desires in Jesus name. Amen. I am sorry for being away for such a long time. I will try to update you on some things. So seeing that my last post was from mid 2016,i must so that so […]Read more "Looking Back to the year 2016."
So i met two beautiful young girls Jennifer and Peace hawking groundnuts on a tray.They were both 12 years old and super adorable.I was at a shop with some other people when they passed by and someone called them so they can buy groundnut.When they were done selling their groundnut,i excused myself and went outside […]Read more "My opinion on hawking"
Hi everyone,its been a minute as i have been busy.So i was invited on a popular radio station to discuss mental health,even though i didn’t get to say all i wanted to say because of time,i appreciate them for having me on their show#NightCafe with Rani.I shared my experience and i can only hope to […]Read more "Still on Mental Health"
STOP Discriminating against people with mental health illness Stop pointing to someone and making the phrase “This man no well for head o” that’s freaking rude and discriminatory. How will you feel if you are been discriminated against for having a hard poop? Yeah your discrimination is that unnecessary.Goodnight!Read more "An advice for Everyone.."