VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: OJEDIRAN MICHAEL
Tell us about yourself
Ojediran Micheal.O is an environmentalist, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) trainer, Forester, Volunteer for various NGOs and a politician. I love training, I believe in natural medicine. A graduate of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Funaab. I am also the Team Leader at WaterIsCenter.
I am passionate about training and building structures. I am also passionate about the environment, ensuring clean and safe water, also making sure there is provision for proper Sanitation and Hygiene for all.
What Inspires you?
The only thing to compensate your late Dad (Ojediran Ebenezer Folorunsho) is to be successful in life – Oluwole Ojediran.
I believe that life is about good management. There is nothing called waste, only that you are yet to discover its uses.
Likes and Dislike
Traveling, motivating, counseling, arguing for a good cause , training. I also like bread and I love politics.
My career goal is to become a personality with a difference ; WASH expert, politically as the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and owner of the largest textile industry in Africa.
How did you learn about OAC and what are your reason(s) for joining OAC?
I met with the founder of OAC via social media in 2016 and formally joined September 2017. Being a member of Junior Chambers International( SERVICE TO HUMANITY IS THE BEST WORK OF LIFE) for six years, OAC is a platform to serve humanity.
Experience so far
OAC has been a Federation of young people with right mind, positive thinking, loving attitudes and like-minded.
What do you think of OAC in the universe?
The pillar of every society is the development level of her human development. OAC is an organization that plays a key role for both the beneficiaries “Children, Teachers, communities” and Volunteers’ development.
Best moments in OAC
Every moment I have had with OAC have been interesting moments of my life. Most especially the Tarkwa Bay community visit, monthly training and the Masterclass.
Quality education can be a reality in Africa and all hands must be on deck.