On April 27th, the Olusola & Oyenike Areogun Development Initiative (OOAD I) sponsored the maiden edition of the Destiny scribes writing competition with the theme ‘’The Outliers’’ which is geared at celebrating the creativity and talent of Christian Teenagers. The competition was open to the public and we received about 40 entries write-ups across the

International Day of Non Violence

Every 2nd of October is dedicated as International Day of Non-Violence and World Smile Day. International days are occasions to educate the public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources to address global problems, and to celebrate and reinforce achievements of humanity. The existence of international days predates the establishment of the United

Education and national development

Nigeria faces poverty paradox as her people are still faced with poverty despite enormous resources and wealth. Nigeria is the 27th poorest country in the world as about 70% of her population live on less $1 per day. Most of these population, especially the youth and children, live in rural environment where their subsistence depends

The Olusola and Oyenike Areogun Development Initiative (OOADInitiative) has provided full scholarships to three children of missionaries in Nigeria to attend a world-class secondary school. This facilitates their exposure to international exams and certifications such as Cambridge GCSE, SAT and DELF French Language examination through its “Operation Give a Life a Destiny” (Operation GLAD). This