Just one year away from being sixty, Nigeria has been, is and will always be, the land that God made for peace and laughter, the land He blessed abundantly. From the swampy marshlands of the south, to the arid semi-desert of the north, from the rich forests of the middle belt to the rolling grasslands…

We always have a staff retreat day to prepare ourselves for a busy period. Since our end of the year is always so tedious, today was the perfect day to go on our staff retreat. And the absolutely perfect place was Nike Art Gallery, off Lekki Expressway at Elegushi. We had an unbelievably wonderful time;…

“Trust is the foundation of leadership.”

From Ojota Nursery and Primary School Ojota, we went to Emmanuel Nursery and Primary School at Ogudu to commission the library program. This project is important for the benefit of the pupils as well as the school. Under the auspices of the Support Our Schools Project, we have undertaken to refurbish and upgrade as many…

Today we went to Ojota Nursery and Primary School at Ojota to commission the library program for the benefit of the pupils of the school. Under the auspices of the Support Our Schools Project, we have undertaken to refurbish and upgrade as many libraries in public nursery and primary schools, to boost the reading culture…

“A leader takes people where they want to go, a great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.”

Our Big Summer Read for this year is over and the two books we read were ‘The Joys of Motherhood’ written by Buchi Emecheta (and summarized by Dabo Jesujuwon) and ‘Mother’s Choice’, written by Agbo Areo (and summarized by Godwin John). Both Nigerian Authors, they give us a tantalizing slice of Nigerian life; our idiosyncrasies’,…

“Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.”

September visitation took us to The LIEPO Cheshire Disability Home in Mushin. We combined our September visitation with Leonard Cheshire Day this year. There are five LIEPO Cheshire Disability Homes in Nigeria and they take good care of people with mobility and other challenges. We love our friends at the Mushin Home, who we try…

La Roche Leadership Foundation went on her August visitation in September to The Bethesda School for the Blind at Surulere. Even though we were rather late, because we were very busy in August, doing our visitations are sacrosanct; a situation of ‘better late than never’. The struggle for NGO’s to survive and carry out the…

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