This past year has come with quite a number of milestones and achievements, and there couldn’t be a better time to reflect on all the firsts, accolades I have amassed, and the journey that got me here. Most importantly I have come to truly and deeply appreciate the sacrifices that have gone into my education, seeing how far and wide education has brought me.

Being here, becoming and becoming even more have been no easy feat, but it's been possible.

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I launched The ‘33’ Project to restore hope and lighten up the dimmed possibility of BECOMING for a few individuals and families.

This is a project very dear to me, and your support will be the greatest birthday gift you could gift me - as I turn 33 next week (Oct 9 to be exact). I have also identified one of the several potential recipients, Mrs. Chinyere Akujobi - a widow with three kids who resides in Okokomaiko, Lagos in Nigeria.

I’m imploring you to join the front row in supporting this cause. Access to education is the greatest gift you could give a child/individual, the community and the world! I know this much because education paved the same way for me.

The goal of The 33 Project is to identify and shortlist 33 indigent children who will benefit from the scholarship for a given period of time. I am hoping to raise $3,300.

Read more about The 33 Project here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-33-project

Very thankfully,