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Here I am imagining that in 2020, while also working for the UN, I would have also co- founded a non-profit organization with head-quarters in Nigeria, which is a Youth Empowerment Center that serves as a great extra-curricular activity for youths to come together and talk about how they can make a great impact in the world, while taking action.The day Alchemy calls, I would have just heard the good news that UNICEF approved a policy my team and I had been working on and would be sponsoring youths at the center to the 2020 Annual One Young World Summit. scheduled to take place in New-Zealand. I am so excited at this point to share the news then I get that ring I've been waiting for from Alchemy, which makes me even more excited (notice the exaggerated head movement in the video).

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Comment by Gene Becker on March 1, 2010 at 9:09pm
Wow Yemisi, great and very specific vision for your future. +1!
Comment by Yemisi Ajumobi on March 1, 2010 at 11:17pm
Thanks Gene :)
Comment by Batandwa Alperstein on March 2, 2010 at 8:20pm
This vision is so clear I have no doubt it will happen - or something like it!
Comment by Yemisi Ajumobi on March 3, 2010 at 1:20am
Thanks alot Batandwa, I find your comment very encouraging!
Comment by THIAGO CARVALHO PELUCIO SILVA on March 3, 2010 at 9:18pm
That is fine. My father worked for Unicef. He wrote a book about his life, and there is a long passage on his unicef time. It is in portuguese... unfortunately. It tells about the difficulties to deal with the burocracy and vanity. When we grow older we realize the obstacles are really hard to surpass. Keep positively!
Comment by Elly de Klein on March 3, 2010 at 11:13pm
Sparkly ! ;-) Nice I also like anybody would like to see it happen for you!!! And it seems you really believe in it !!! Thats why the spark :)
Comment by Yemisi Ajumobi on March 4, 2010 at 5:48am
Thanks for rooting for me Elly, really encouraging and when it happens I'd definitely remember your nice comment :)
@ Thiago thanks I will continue to stay positive. What's your Dad's book called, I might find some very useful information someday when I look for how to get it translated..Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Joseph Ebuweh Peter on March 4, 2010 at 1:44pm
this is great. how can i be a part yemisi?
Comment by Adebayo Oyeniyi on March 4, 2010 at 2:58pm
Nice one Yemisi, must commend your vision.
Comment by Yemisi Ajumobi on March 6, 2010 at 7:58pm
Thanks Joseph and Bayo @ Joseph nice to know you're interested, eager to hear your thoughts and ideas on the subject. I'd be keeping an eye out for new evidence on your profile so we can actively discuss on collaborating on such a project in the near future. Here's also a related link shared by Agent William on the network about Youth Empowerment.



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