Today i had an early appointment on the island,drove through the rain, fell into a gutter cos the area was flooded so i could not see clearlly,thank God for helpers that help me lift it out and i was able to meet up for my meeting, finished and went straight to ojota for an inspection,from there to opebi for another inspection. And from opebi to apapa,where u know cars can get to some places you have to jump bike,and the okada man have to navigate in between trailers and trucks loaded with container and I'm on top reading psalm 91. All of this is part of of i have to go through in running this business,I'm not complaining because i love what i do. But it makes me sad when i hear that the Nigerian youths are lazy.
We should be making front page on the Guinness book of records for thriving despite all odds,despite everything thrown at us,we survive, we don't make excuses,when one door closes we find another way to make things work, we are the most resilience of them all with our i can do it spirit. We don't give up. We deserve to be celebrated.
I'm giving myself accolades today for how far i have come with Gods help and for putting in the work to make my dreams come true. I'm a Nigerian youth and i am not lazy. #lazynigerianyouths #womeninbusiness #Lagos