We cannot over emphasize the need to consciously adopt a systematic approach if all hands need to be on deck for the greater good of humanity.
From our little corners doing the little or much we can without looking at a specific group of whom we have expectations or hand the mantle of doing same because, for so long we have hoped.
A typical example is Nyce Ayuk an eCommerce Marketing Expert, Entrepreneur, author, and coach currently based in France.
He uses his skills and years of experience in internet marketing to teach people all over the world, how to create financial confidence while working from anywhere on planet earth.
Nyce is an Entrepreneur who is an expert in finding the best and innovative ways to make money online (Amazon Book arbitrage, Shopify Dropshipping, Amazon FBA, Software testing, etc).
Regardless of his location, he visits home by way of action. As a “Hunter man” brought up in Ikom LGA of Cross River State, he embarked on a face lift project of the famous “Hunter man” junction, by putting up a statue thereby adding aesthetic value.
Furthermore, funding outreaches to indigent people and prison inmates, with food items, basic hygiene materials and sanitary towels for ladies in the correctional facility Afokang and other environs.
In our quest to change our world let us emulate same, by shininig our lights, starting from our familiar corners doing what we can with what we have and illuminating our world with the change we desire.
Diana Mary Owan is a broadcast journalist, a teacher and humanitarian based in Cross River State.
NOTE: Opinions expressed in this article are strictly attributable to the author, Diana Mary Owan and do not represent the opinion of CrossRiverWatch or any other organization the author works for/with.
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