According to Mother Theresa, "No one can feed everybody but everybody can feed some one" and also, "If you can't feed a hundred, feed one." This entails that we can help at least one person no matter the level we're currently at.
Salt Of The Earth kick-started it's outreach on the 23rd of March 2016. The Federal University Of Nigeria Owerri in Imo State Nigeria, was the first school to be visited to create the awareness and scout for youths that could make a difference. There was a hostel visitation and thereafter, a visitation at school.
Ellahillz (Founder/President of Salt Of The Earth)
We set out for school after our small "photo shoot session". We totally forgot to take selfies with the inmates of the hostel. It was a long interactive talk with those bunch of talent, thank God I came equipped. lol *I for fall my hand.
We got to our destination eventually, most of the FUTO students were having lectures, so we went to a faculty where they were awaiting their lecturer and I seized the opportunity to give them an extensive lecture on the mission and intention of Salt Of The Earth. Those young lads were so good and the dialogue was so on point.
Selfies with some of them...
The outing was a successful one, and then I headed to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.
Unizik students were having their exams so we had to manage the situation. I spoke to some students and my baby sister, Lucy Nzelu who is a 300 level student of Banking and Finance helped me out with the rest.
I wasn't able to take selfies with the students because of the examination pressure and all.
My team mate Stanley Onyenemezu and I at Unizik after talking to the students we could access and chilling for my sister to return.
My support system eventually returned
and then we headed for home...
But hey, we made some fun videos to make ourselves feel good jawi, *We definitely deserved some rest after the outing.
Some screenshots below. I'll be posting some of the videos we made on the official Instagram page of Salt Of The Earth @saltoftheearth_1
I smiled at her and said "That's Frank Edward"
Don't try my clique oo, we would so submerge you. lol
And later that night during some small scouting, I found Ikechukwu!
Okereke Ikechukwu is a 400 level student studying Engineering at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka in Anambra State. He is multi-talented. He sings amazingly good, writes, and can compose great poems amidst his many gifting. He went as far as composing a quick song for "Salt Of the Earth", and some other stunts, he entirely blew my mind away, I was awwwhing all the way. How I found him remains divinely structured. lol . Look forward to the Instagram videos.
More pics after the cut...
Lucy and I had so many reasons to smile that night. lol
It was a two day tour between Owerri and Awka, so excited it was worth it eventually, and like I say all the time, more needs to be done, expect some more subsequently.
The motto of Salt Of The Earth is "Raising Royalties" and our mission as SALT is to be sweeteners, add spice and make a difference of all time for the love of humanity.
Everything about us is entirely symbolic including our t.shirts. *winks
You think you have the burning desire and passion to grow, serve, meet great people, help and in-turn get helped, then sending an email across to firstname.lastname@example.org or placing a direct call to 08060141150 wouldn't be a bad idea. Be rest assured that it would definitely be an opportunity of a life time. The selection process is a sensitive one because we have set rules, norms and standards guiding the community.
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