Hello everyone, kindly welcome me back; I’ve been off for a few weeks, totally elated that some of you noticed. A few people reached out to me and asked why I haven’t posted for a while. I’m so grateful to those who noticed and messaged. It was indeed heart warming. And yes it points to the fact that I am already building a bond with you. Yes I mean you!!
This is my first post this month (obviously) that’s why it is titled “hello September” (lmao. Who does ‘hello September’ on the 15th of September?). This is one of my favorite months. Oh come on it is my favourite month, and guess why? it’s my birth month! and I look forward to collecting a lot of wonderful gifts from everyone (please sow a birthday gift into my life). Birthday is one great excuse to collect free stuffs from people; that’s one reason I keep looking forward to September, so people, please keep my birthday gifts, I don’t play with it o.
Why am I just posting? This month started with a lot of issues for me; both internal and external issues (only me o. Internal plus external). I remember telling my friends that I’ve been to hell and back (the hell wey I go na inside my head o). By the way, I’m a very emotional person and I exaggerate things a lot. It got out of hands when I found out my laptop bade this cruel world farewell and nothing could be done to retrieve any document on it. I was so angry because the device was the back up for not just all my documents but those of family member and trusted allies, how disheartening. I was distraught. The laptop was everybody’s back. I cried so bad, my eyes almost plucked out. Please don’t ask me why I didn’t back up my documents on cloud …….. I’m so old school the only cloud I know is up there.
Well I am finally back from my hiatus and I want to apologize for the break in transmission. My birthday is on the 20th. I decided to organize a small community health program for the less privilege to celebrate the additional year. The program is coming up on Sunday, the 17th day of September in Ikorodu, Lagos state at 10 am. I decided to do this because I noticed most people in such communities – uneducated – are less informed about their health. Research has shown they wait until their predicament reaches a critical stage before approaching any healthcare service. That is why most uneducated people in Lagos think LUTH kills people. How? How? How?
That why there is a need to create more medical awareness in rural communities in Nigeria. It’s not until we start noticing a major deceleration in our health before we go to the hospital. This is one of reasons I decided to come up with a project which is aimed at educating rural communities on the various ways of improving their physical health, by prevention, detection and management of various disease conditions.
My sincere and profound gratitude to everyone who is supporting this vision and I am saying a big thank you in advance. Please reach out to me if you’re interested in volunteering or you want to attend the program. I will be looking forward to see you guys in Ikorodu. Kisses.