Shola Shedrach Faloke, A serial Volunteer and A Beneficiary of iDixcover Opportunities

One of the pillars iDixcover Opportunities was founded on is connecting young change makers across Africa with life changing opportunities, read what Mr. Shola Shedrsch Faloke has to say about iDixcover Opportunities.

My name is Shola Shedrach Faloye aka Uncle Sho. A serial volunteer with over 16 years of experience in the community development sector reaching out to homes, orphans and IDPs. In particular, volunteering as a tutor, taking part in feeding programs, mobilizing support, mentoring and giving them a platform. In addition, I volunteer as a presenter on television with Plateau Radio Television Corporation and ON Air at Tincity104.3fm.

ALSO READ: Africa Ambassadors Program

It is said,” being at the right place at the right time is a great gain”. I am deeply grateful for the day I came into contact with the iDixcover website through Abdullateef Lawal. That’s one of the reasons why I’m grateful for all his selfless sacrifices?

I am currently a Global Schools Advocates, an initiative of UN Sustainable Development Goals Solution Network. I am also an Alumni of Fate Foundation, and Young African Leaders Initiative-YALI. Currently, I have been chosen by the University of Georgia to attend the African Civic Engagement Academy – ACEA and more to come.

ALSO READ: Entrepreneurs Success Stories

My intuition and premonition to resign from my regular paid job as a volunteer Teacher on 30th November, 2019, plus the impact of COVID 19 has helped me to refocus my energy into being impactful and affecting social change. My goal is to equip myself with the required skills and prepare for the future. Maximise and take advantage of my opportunity on radio, podcasts and Television. I hope to be more impactful and participate in programs, projects that will bring dividends to humanity and help me kick start an educational system that equips children with life skills.

I want to help bring the educational curriculum into the 21st century in Nigeria, this will help address some of the social issues in our communities. The access to opportunities to make this happen was made possible by the Idixcover website educational hub.

With a heart of gratitude, ‘Thank you iDixcover for the privilege of enjoying your service to humanity’

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *