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Friday, November 17, 2006

A Visit to SOS Village

It was on Nov 11 when some friends and I visited SOS. After making some donations, we went on tour. Things happen in this world that we don't know, unless we are involved. Sit down to think of your life and things that you take for granted. Think of others who do not have your opportunity and put a smile on somebody's face. It will make a whole lof of difference. In the picture, from left to right: Ayo, the one who brought us all altogether. The others didn't turn up,due to some reasons. Next time, it will be all of us. Next to Ayo is Pat, who came there to meet up with me, and ended up being part of us. Then after Pat is yours truly. Next to me is beautiful Kudi, then Niyi, who didn't mind dropping off Pat and I at Maryland.


  1. Hi
    Just went through your post on the sos village, i experienced the same feeling when i organised a show for orphanages in Lagos some months ago and i saw beautiful children and wondered why they had to be abandoned. I recommend you visit the Hearts of Gold Hospice to have another perspective of Opharnages. Hope you have the heart

  2. It is a strange world that we live in, I tell you. Let me know more about the Heart of Gold Hospice, so i can recommend the place to my friends, for our next visit.