International Youth Day 2019: Nigerian Youth and Transforming Education


Nigeria has a very young population, with a median age of 18.4 years of age (World Population Review) more than 70% of Nigeria’s population is below 35 years. With such a youthful demography there is such a tremendous opportunity and possibility for growth and development. However, in order to harness the full potential of its … Continue reading International Youth Day 2019: Nigerian Youth and Transforming Education

Human Trafficking – why we should all get involved


Although slavery was abolished centuries ago, modern slavery in form of human trafficking – which involves the illegal trade of humans for money or other forms of exploitation – remains a $150 billion global business. About two thirds of this figure is generated from commercial sexual exploitation and the rest is generated from forced economic … Continue reading Human Trafficking – why we should all get involved

For Susanna’s Sake


Susanna was fifteen when she was taken. Aunty Rosemary had come to the village that Christmas with the promise of a better life for Susanna in the city, education and a chance to become a city girl, she said with a smile on her face that revealed near golden upper front teeth. Susanna was excited. … Continue reading For Susanna’s Sake