Miguel Ramirez is a young business management expert and SAGE Global Mentor helping young teenage entrepreneurs build business skills
Global Changemaking Students: Cecilia Njika an Accounting student with a passion to make Africa Clean
She became more conscious about certain things in life and more outspoken after her SUSI scholarship in the USA. Now she’s an accountant with a desire to Make Africa Clean.
Temple Egemasi is a member of the Calabar Youth Council for Women’s Right and an AIESC member making a difference
How do you juggle school and other activities at the same time?
I don’t sleep much, that’s how! I am involved in many different things: I am a full-time Masters student, I work in the business department of our university, I run my own international business, I am in our Entrepreneurial Scholars program and I am the president of our Enactus team.
All I want is to make this world a better place before I leave it. As for my passion behind traveling, a quote by Saint Augustine may say it best, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page”. I am not very materialistic, but I do treasure experiences, and those travel experiences let me grow as a person and learn more about the beautiful world around me.
“Find your passion – no matter what it is – and embrace it squarely! You’ll be happy you did!” Said Kennedy Ekezie-Joseph
Global Changemaking Students: Everyone Should Know Kinge Emma the Cameroonian Hunger Fighter & Agropreneur
Kinge Emma grew up in a poor rural community in Cameroon characterized by hunger, illiteracy and poverty, now he’s ending world hunger as a hunger fighter
For my parents were very passionate about enrolling me into school, we relocated from our village to urban areas where I could attend school. Through the help of my mum, I could overcome all the challenges by engaging in home business (making and selling of ice block, making of beads, weaving of hair etc.) among others.
Apart from school, what else do you do?
I used to read much about autism and learn what it was all about. It’s not actually a bad thing as the African society perceives it to be. Now that I am back from SUSI 2017, I have done a research on the rural and community schools who have no school buildings and learning materials such as exercise books, textbooks, pens, pencils, school bags, and other things that make learning easy. So I have the list of such schools which can be found in all the 10 regions in Ghana. I have decided to select some like about 5 to 10 schools and visit. I went do a market search on how much these materials cost in the market. I intend to use my salary of my national service which is about to start soon.
INTERVIEW WITH RADIANT EKEMINI TOM: Speaker, Graphics and Media Consultant and Many Other Things You Can’t Think Of
Like I earlier said, this is Radiant. Doesn’t he look so dashingly radiant? Radiant was the young man who introduced me to Calabar City Church, he kept telling me how much of a busy bee…
I’ve gone into 6 different businesses of which 4 failed and 2 have been successful.
Read Ana’s mind provoking interview
AHA! Today, we will be meeting someone absolutely amazing. A very young man whom I can attest to his creativity and beautiful designs. Don’t let me start, please. I want you to know his story,…