Omaka Samuel Dike: NYSC corps member lifts his community out from poverty

Omaka Samuel Dike: NYSC corps member lifts his community out from poverty

- Omaka Samuel Dike, an NYSC member, has carried out five CDS projects in his serving community in Kwara state

- Building a borehole, gifting school uniforms and chairs, and a sensitisation programme were part of the things he did

- Omaka said that he got help from various organisations to make everything he planned possible

An NYSC member, Omaka Samuel Dike with state code KW/19A/1928, has executed five Community Development Service (CDS) projects in Kwara state.

According to a message sent to Legit.ng, the projects were speedily completed within the space of five months.

He said that under the mentorship of Enene Akonjom Foundation, he was able to meet his SDGs goal before the end of his service year.

Some of the projects he did was a bole-hole for the people of Sabongeri-Ndeji within a month, he gave underprivileged students uniforms and supplied their classes with chairs.

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Omaka said he was so determined to achieve the goals that he pasted them on his room's wall.

Omaka said he was so determined to achieve the goals that he pasted them on his room's wall.
Source: UGC

Omaka was also able to carry out an effective sensitization of over 1,200 students across four secondary schools in Edu LGA.

With the collaboration of different organisations in the state, he was able to organize another sensitisation programme.

The former corps member funded all those projects through sponsorships from organisations who saw the benefits of his initiatives.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kike Oniwinde is one of those solving employment crisis with her BYP Network app. She is the founder of BYP network.

The app allows young black professionals to connect to a large pool of job opportunities in the UK.

With over 300,000 members, companies rely on the initiative whenever they want inclusion and diversity in their structures.

A very worthy thing to note and one of the things that got Kike on Forbes 30 under 30 list is that the app was able to raise over $250,000 (N90,875,000) funds.

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Aged 27, she had her Bachelor's degree from the University of Nottingham before she proceeded for her masters at the University of Florida.

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Kike is also a former professional British javelin thrower with several medals in the British University Championships.

Kike was inspired to start the app when she confronted the challenges of non-inclusion as a black person living in London.

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