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WAEC 2011 EXAMS BEGIN....

"Great men lead people, but greater men train leaders.” Bill Bright



Once again, we appreciate all of our members' involvement and commitment to the Youth Mentoring/Assisting Scheme... For every penny spent, time shared and knowledge extended, we want to say thank You..

This is to notify our active Mentors that the West African Examination-WAEC has commenced, and, we wish your Mentees...Good Success in theirEndeavours...

Also to *Oluwadamilare.....and his Mentor, we appreciate you...

Until last year Oluwadamilare has been out of school for more than 2years due to financial reasons, without much hope of writing WAEC exams. However, with the Financial assitance received from Mrs. Tee(who would always want to remain anonymous...). Damilare got back to School, registered as an external Candidate with a Private School inLagos, Had all his Practical & Tutorial Classes paid for...in preparation for the exams.

Now, that the exams has started.....we wishhim well, too. Don't forget that these youths covet in our prayers & wishes, even if not everyone got the time to Mentor and Assist...:).





Thank You.







"Mentoring means the availability of yourself and what you can offer to advance a child from one level to the next..."

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