Solomon Ayodele, founder/lead of Boys Quarters Africa, has unveiled his memoir titled ‘works in progress. The book launch which was held over the weekend in Lagos attracted many dignitaries.
The 28-year-old author, who also founded one of Africa’s foremost boy child transformation movements in 2018, holds a bachelors’ degree in Political Science from Adekunle Ajasin University.
In his humour-laden memoir, Solomon Ayodele bares his life’s pages for all to see how important it is to celebrate the beauty of ordinary life. His memoir draws from all phases of his life to give profound lessons on family, friendship, rebellion, and ultimately, purpose.
Reviewing the book at the occasion, Barrister Kayode Adeniji, said, “Jeddie (Solomon) does not care about what the world thinks, he just goes for it. I’ve read a lot of memoirs, but Solomon wrote something great. We shared great times together during his growing up phase”.
Also, Dr. Ruby Onwudiwe, Head of private banking, Stanbic IBTC in her comments said, “Jeddie wrote something amazing, for him to have had the courage to put into the paper, regardless of perfection. His passion for Nation building, boy child, and love of Jesus Christ all culminated in writing the book. He did an excellent job with the book.”
Wole Adeniyi, Managing Director Stanbic IBTC, who performed the official unveiling, commended the author for his resilience and other alluring qualities. He described Solomon as very skillful. “Solomon defines everything. My relationship with him is a lifetime one.”
Solomon, who was full of joy in his remarks, appreciated everyone especially his mentors, friends, and well-wishers for attending the book launch, and the support towards the aspiration of his many dreams.