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The future is now! We are tired of waiting – OGHENEFEGO ISIKWENU

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.

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I am so proud being a Nigerian any time, any day – Grace Adams

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.

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Kidnapping of medical doctors: Another public health crisis

KIDNAPPED! This was the shocker that the family members and colleagues of Dr Chidimma Okwor, a young, eight months pregnant medical doctor and mother of three children had to contend with for 10 harrowing days this January 2012. Chidinma, a Senior Registrar at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu, was abducted in front of her house along with her vehicle by unknown assailants on Tuesday 10th January, 2012.

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If you have faith, you can move mountains – Owen Gee

Comedy is a tough business to become a part of. You either start writing it, hit the stage to perform it, or you do both. Stand-up is the ‘cruelest’ of all the forms that comedy manifests itself. Being a stand-up comedian can be very demanding, as it takes just the right blend of writing, timing and delivery. Owen Gee, a father of two boys takes Saturday Youthful Vibes on a journey of how he climbed the hall of fame.

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