We give children the chance to be the best they can be; to pursue purpose and lifelong happiness no matter the circumstances of their birth.

Everyday I alight from the CMS bus just under the bridge, I walk to the foot of the pedestrian bridge with a child following closely asking for money to get food to eat. Right on the bridge, under the rain or sun, is an albino boy begging for alms. I may release a fifty naira note once in a while, but it is apparently not enough to solve their problems. My heart breaks every single day, and I used to think that there is nothing I can do to help them.

But with the Destiny Trust, at least I know that it may not be the albino boy on the CMS pedestrian bridge, but another child has the opportunity to make something out of his life. And I am dedicated to helping out in all ways that I can. I was going to do a little write-up on what the Destiny Trust is until I saw this video. It explains it totally. Times may be hard, but if you are reading this and you are able to, please let’s join the movement. These children can be more than they are now. It begins with all of us. Please watch and digest this video. Thanks

For more information, please visit You can also follow them on all social media platforms  @thedestinytrust.

Watch this space every Thursday for information about the destiny trust.



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