The Organized-Youths and Leadership Development Network
"Our problem as a nation is not really lack of resources, but more of lack of resourcefulness" - Sijuade Adeyeye
"Governance is not what the leader professes, it is what the people feel. Good governance is measurable" - Erelu Ronke Bello
The government is not the only institution saddled with the responsibility of development; it is the collective contribution of individuals, harnessing their gifts, talents and skills.
The Organized-Youths and Leadership Development (TOLDNetwork) exists to educate the mind of the “Leaders of tomorrow”, waking them to their present and future responsibilities. We are concerned about the welfare and development of the people.See Our Story
Betty Queen International School, Kaduna 1990-1994
A.U.D primary school 1994-1995
Unity School Ejigbo, 1995-2001
University of Ilorin, Kwara State 2003-2007 BSc. Microbiology
University of Ilorin MSc. Microbiology 2011.
Lecturer, School of Health technology Minna, Niger state. NYSC 2007-2008.
State Technical Facilitator, Niger state primary health care development agency 2008-2012.
WHO Facilitator, World Health Organisation 2012- 2020.
Presently operating a fashion enterprise at Delight Clothings.
Surfing internets, shopping and making friends.
She is married with two children a boy and girl.