Posts Tagged ‘Great2020’

Let’s Touch Lives On Africa Day

Markengee Touchinglives International

Today is not just any day. It is Africa Day. What is Africa Day to you? To me, Africa Day is a day to reflect on the evolution of our dear continent. It is a day to reflect on our contribution to Africa. It is a day to reflect on our past, present and future actions. It is a day to reflect on the discourse we want to hear, read, write on, perpetuate and see emerge. It is a day to stop procrastinating, stop planning and start making action towards paving a better way of live for our peoples, the men, women and children of our continent. It is a day we come together to put forward a positive vision for African men & women. A vision where Africans will be able to afford great education, where unemployment rates will drop thanks to the abundance of outstanding African entrepreneurs in the continent, where women and children will have access not only to basic education but to all the skills that will give them a fair pursuit of jobs, health, wealth and anything else they will dream of. On this special day, I interviewed a dear friend of mine, fellow Greatness Engineer and incredible advocate of education for all, Ms Ijeoma n. Obiajunwa-Ajiamah, CEO of Markengee group. She is doing a tremendous job in Nigeria.┬áLet’s Touch Lives on Africa Day. Just like Ijeoma, let’s reflect on our role as African children, as African leaders. read more

He Made A Way Out Of Nothingness For Me

He Made A Way Out OF Nothingness For Me

He Made A Way Out Of Nothingness For Me. I rose up from the dead & realized that I would have missed out on an extraordinary life if I had died. I was 14 years old, so naive and expecting a child. I felt lost, alone and deeply hurt. I realized I had messed up big time and did not know what to do. I thought that leaving this world would be a relief for everybody, that it would spare a life of misery for the unborn child, that it would spare a life of shame for my family, it would spare me the humiliation and pain of being called names and told that because of what I did, I would never succeed in life and would be condemned to a life of suffering. I thought it was the ONLY way…To realize that it was not. There was another way, a better way. read more