• Kids Clean Club Turned Up For A Cleaner Environment!

    The Kids’ Clean Club is an initiative of The Mental and Environmental Development Initiative for Children (THE MEDIC) a non‐governmental and pro-human organization that aims at a total positive transformation and development of the child. The club was established to raise a generation of physically, mentally and environmentally clean children across Nigeria and the World by creating awareness amongst children, about the effects of pollution and global warming, and how they can make a change in their environment. They also teach them about patriotism, etiquette, motivation, dignity, integrity, savings, and at the same time harness their God given talents. The kids spent this weekend Cleaning up the beach and i…

  • #PHOTO: Disability Is NOT Inability!

    When i look at these children, my heart wells up with so much emotion. i am so inspired by the joy in their faces, their determination to overlook what we call a disability and do everything kids do, is absolutely endearing.  Children always know how to have fun regardless of the situation – that is the blessing of childhood and we, as adults, can learn so much from them. This shows me that these persons we call “disability persons” have much more abilities than the rest of us.

  • Inner City Mission Back To School Campaign 2014!

      The Back-To-School Campaign 2014 is geared towards enrolling 5000 kids who were forced to drop out of school due to poverty or have never had the opportunity to attend school. This year, we will be enrolling kids for both the Easter term and the new session in September. 

  • Princess Bolu – The Child Born To Make A Difference!

    I am honored and i consider myself privileged to have met this amazing young lady. These days when children are encouraged to be as worldly and “exposed” as possible, Bolu Ijabodede is being brought up in the way of the lord. When she was 6 years old, she took a step most kids of her age wouldn’t dream of taking, and launched out into gospel music.

  • Before and After!

    This Picture above is a student at Comprehensive High School Aiyetoro, Ogun State in the 60’s. Now i was born in the 80’s, and i can relate to that picture because school looked like that while i was a student. i won’t say much. let the picture speak for itself. Now, check out what school looks like for our kids in 2013