Like any other person who is not afraid to use his brains, I've been in HIV/AIDS, Sexual Reproductive Health Education and Pro-life programme management since 1996. Throughout this time, I handled various posts of responsibility that involved using my creative imagination in programme management. I’ve been with people who’ve known real suffering either as a result of an illness or other societal calamities.
I experienced the value of receiving and giving care to the needy. With a depth and breath of experience in this area, I became the founder and first Projects Director of an NGO called Organization For Life Care (OFLIC) in the year 2000.
I have a burning desire to protect human life from conception until natural death and so I’m pro-life. As a very proud African and in response to the scotching effects of the HIV pandemic, I developed a special passion for the Fight against HIV/AIDS and care delivery early enough to become an influential figure in this domain. One of my main objectives in project management has been to inspire as many youths as I would come across to develop the same passion and even do better.
I design and produce radio/television broadcast material and programmes on Pro-life, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Reproductive Health for local radio/television stations and radio listening focused groups as a means of imparting a change in the perspective of the sex culture of the youths around me. I try to let youths around me know that sex was meant to be for life and not against life.
It is a passion anybody can develop and exploit to their advantage, its one of those passions that has only positive effects. While it is certain that one day, HIV/AIDS would become history, I invite everybody the world over to imagine what their contribution would have been to the fight against this deadly disease when the evaluation day comes. By the way let me ask, do you wish to join me in this crusade?
It’s my singular believe that given the means and opportunity, youths can rise to any height in life and achieve their fondest dreams. However, opportunities don’t meet people in their beds, they have to go out and look for them. Sharpening the ability of youths to develop a soaring affinity for opportunities for improvement is my mission.
Like any other person who is not afraid to use his brains, I've been in HIV/AIDS, Sexual Reproductive Health Education and Pro-life programme management since 1996. Throughout this time, I handled various posts of responsibility that involved...