Ojobo Agbo is an Engineer by training and experience but by passion, he is a Human Capacity and Business Developer. He’s also a certified Life and Emotional Intelligence Coach and Therapist. He is driven to help others realize and achieve their potential in all aspects of their lives. Due to his determination to help others […]
For people who completed Nigeria’s National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), here are some thoughts I believe you can relate to regarding life after NYSC. Feel free to let me know your thoughts too. After you finish NYSC, the usual first reaction is that of excitement… Finally Moving On from That Corper Life My first reaction […]
Reading is one of my favorite things to do. There are books I’ve read and highly recommend.
I attended a public lecture on the topic of suicide. It was an interactive discussion that was held at Neem Foundation. The speaker was a Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr. Adebimpe Alder. This post is about what I learned from the lecture. First, I want to start off with my little message to those of you who […]
On April 12, Batch A, Stream 1 corps members of the National Youth Service Corps in FCT, Abuja completed their year of service. I was part of the batch that has completed the NYSC program. As NYSC has come to a conclusion, I can’t help but reflect on the experience and express why I have […]
When I’m around children, I can’t help but smile. I admire their free-spirit nature. I admire their ability to look at their environment and world with awe. You can see a child laughing as their running with no particular aim in mind. Children are the most precious beings yet in our society, there can be […]
The Niger Delta Development Commission has been given provision to build classrooms for the children at Ogbomoide primary school but the facilities have not yet been provided..
Nigeria’s National Youth Service Program is a yearly service program. Before you begin, you go through three weeks of orientation. This can be a memorable experience for various reasons.
Due to the vast options of colleges to attend, making the selection of which university to go to can be a challenge for international students. When choosing the university to attend, you should consider four pivotal things: Price, Location, Value and Student Services.
Graduation season can be an exciting but also a nerve-wrecking period in our lives. That’s why we often have to remember to breathe, to understand that endings are just another beginning.