Omoyele Isaac uccess (21) is a dynamic passionate public speaker and a social worker. He is aCertified First Aider with the Nigerian Red Cross Society with a diploma Certificate in Conflict Management from United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and an Occupational Safety & Health Certificate from OSH Academy, USA. .
Amenze is a Life Coach, writer and a passionate motivational speaker. ‘’Amazing Amenze”, as he is popularly called by his associates, has continued to assist many discover, develop and deploy their innate passions and dreams. His impact and motivation brand ‘’JUST BE!” has continued to inspire and propel many towards the accomplishment of their dreams. He unfolds his passion for his tripartite career and his vision for Nigeria to Youthful Vibes.
To hear Jerome proudly say, ‘ I have gifted hands’ reminds us of Ben Carson, an American Neurosurgeon, author of bestseller ‘Gifted hands’. The story of Jerome (36) who is enjoying dual citizenship —originally a Togolese, but also a Nigerian by naturalization —is truly sensational.
Ronke Kosoko is an educator, an employment solutions strategist, motivational speaker, author, trainer and consultant with a growing list of clientele. With educational exposure traversing economics, accounting and education, she is the Executive Director of Employment Clinic, Africa’s first Employment Solutions Company. Ronke spoke with Youthful Vibes about her passion and how she is translating it into action.
Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgivng- of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.
It is said that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. However, Rekiat, whom at a glance passes for a replica of Mercy Johnson(Nollywood star), thinks differently as she believes that beauty is not entirely subjective. She opines that everybody has some beauty that is inside looking for expression on the outside, but only waiting for professional intervention which can make this exquisiteness visible. Rekiat,32, a Kogi State indigene is a graduate of Lagos State University, and has over the years been making lives beautiful and healthy through her work. She shares her story with Youthful Vibes.
Olalekan,26, is undergoing his master’s degree programme at Coventry University, United Kingdom where he was recently elected as Vice President of the Students Union within months of joining the University. He convened the Students Association of Nigerians in Diaspora (SAND), a representative platform for Nigerians students abroad.
Eizu at 26 has been able to raise a handful of successful businesses through his company which he registered and started at age 21. He shares the vision of how he is raising and equipping young minds and businesses into becoming world class enterprises.
If travelling to places like Hong Kong, New York, London, Rome, Dubai, Paris and Syndey sound good to you or you would like to dine in quaint little restaurants along the Seine or wander down ancient alleys in Istanbul or shop in exotic malls of Paris, then becoming a travel agent is a great career choice.
Dayo is a graduate of Chemical Engineering from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria. He is convinced that his introduction into the Media world is not by accident. He is focused on seeing unwholesome contents which have infiltrated the media being replaced by positive things.
Aniekan Okono, 30 is an Akwa Ibom born Nigerian living and doing business in Europe. He grew up destroying electronics, bicycles and always looking internally on how to solve problems. This naturally inquisitive young man shares his experience of how he patiently and passionately provided a technological solution for businesses across Europe and other continents of the world. From Finland, he takes us into his world of inquisitiveness, creativity and technological breakthrough.
Below are the stories of young Nigerians doing the country proud in their various fields of endeavour.
‘Toyin Ajao (33) had her first degree in Management and Accounting from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, Nigeria. She was a Peace and Security (women) fellow of African Leadership Centre and King’s College London (2009/2010). ‘Toyin’s past work focused on women, gender, sexuality and social media activism. She is a two-time international award winning blogger and a co-editor at KIND ‘free2run’ women in politics blog. From the United Kingdom, she shares her story with Saturday Youth Vibes.
He is known for his electrifying style which keeps his audience up on its feet with mouths wide open and feet dancing in praise and worship. His contemporary style is aimed at giving God EXTREME praise and “pulling youths out of the night clubs and the streets into purposeful living.
‘Toyin Ajao (33) has her first degree in Management and Accounting from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, Nigeria. She was a Peace and Security (women) fellow of African Leadership Centre and King’s College London (2009/2010).
Maxwell Ogaga is actively involved in youth development activities both within and outside the country. He has impacted positively a lot of young people in Africa and he is passionate about sustainable visionary leadership in Africa. He serves as a mentor, facilitator and chair of several youth projects and programmes in Nigeria and globally. This 28 years old change agent interacts with Saturday Youthful Vibes. Excerpts.
There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow-Orison Swett Marden
Nigeria is undoubtedly endowed with great natural and human resources. Interacting with 23 years old Chika Uwazie, a Human Resource Professional with experience in recruiting, human capital management and organizational development leaves you with a strong impression that she is indeed an asset.
Every week, we bring you stories of young Nigerians making the difference in their various callings. Read on:
Good sexuality education is crucial to help young people to prepare for healthy and fulfilling lives. High quality information and thorough sexuality education can equip them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to make informed choices now and in the future; to develop their independence and self-esteem.
Jepther at 23 is full of life, and passion for what he does. He is the Managing Director, Power Edge Resources, a youth training company dedicated to maximizing human performance and transforming the lives of the younger generation through its seminars and conferences. He is currently studying Microbiology at the Imo State Polytechnic. Today, Saturday Youthful Vibes brings to us the story of Jepther all the way from Owerri.
Young Nigerians making the difference
A business report has it that so important is technology to today’s youth that over half (53%) would give up their sense of smell rather than lose access to it. To them, losing the ability to explore and communicate via technology would be like a blind man losing his stick.
Ewajesu, a dynamic young woman who is only 29 years old believes like the legendary boxer, Mohammed Ali, that “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth”. Over the years, she has remained consistent with doing something to make life better than resigning to fate and playing the blame game. This weekend, she shares her story from Abuja with Saturday Youthful Vibes.
Being a man or a woman is a matter of birth. Being a man or a woman who makes a difference is a matter of choice. – Byron Garrett
Entrepreneurship is not something you dabble into if you are not adequately prepared for it. As a matter of fact, it is tough. If being an entrepreneur is tough, then being a woman entrepreneur is tougher, and being a young woman entrepreneur is tougher still. This edition brings to us the story of a young Niger Deltan who is not relentless in her effort to forge on.
Grace Adams have since lost both parents with just a younger brother left. She is a graduate of Mass Communications from the University of Jos. She founded K-WAVF (kids with a Vision Foundation) committed to serving Orphans and Vulnerable Children with offices in Plateau and Bauchi States. She was inspired by her own childhood experiences which have made her become the voice of the underserved communities. Saturday Youthful Vibes brings to us sublime story of this young Nigerian.
Sola is in his twenties and a -fifth year medical student of Kyiv Medical University, Ukraine. What is most interesting about him is that even in a foreign land, he has been able to have a breakthrough with his vision to impact many lives through his faith based organization. He tells his inspiring story to Saturday Youthful Vibes.
Anyone with a camera is most likely going to take pictures with it and the quality of the images it generates.However, photography is not as easy as it seems, you can undoubtedly make some good fortune out of it if only you possess some skills and the necessary work tool.