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Appreciation to Every Giant.


Stumbling on these pictures this morning brings back load of memories. Wow! This was in 2013 during the Walter Carrington Youth Fellowship Award Program at the C.G's residence.

The recognition and award was LEAST expected, as I was too focused on getting the project done in good time, and lives, impacted. This day, walking to the podium was the biggest challenge. I could literarily feel the ground cracking up😆😆 Lol. If you still don't know, I am a very shy person.... 😊😎.

Today, I am SO thankful for every giant whose shoulder has been a standing point for me to see further. You are kind. Absolutely!

Thank you for believing in this girl's dream. Last year, I could remember how Mrs. @Adesola Ayo-aderele sent her undergraduate daughter to intern with us. Then, she brought some two more of her colleagues. Till date, their commitment towards community service and impact driven lifestyle would always be remembered.

Once again, thank you all for making this journey, worth it. The truth is, we wouldn't have been able to do all we do without your support... You are God's sent.

Thank you for impacting the world through us.

In the pictures are: Ambassador Walter Carrington, Consul General Hawkins, Kerry, Rachel, Tosin and (God bless what his name is).

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