African Young People: Who Are You? By Warren Nsoseka Leeadmin
Moving around through the communities and talking to fellow young people, the question of self has always been priority. Getting to know one’s self is the basic step to getting to build one’s self. The question of who we are then becomes one we (you) should be asking ourselves (yourself) every time until we (you) have truly answered it.
Lee is a highly committed young man at the forefront of several youth empowerment and orientation initiatives. Professionally, he is a sociolinguist with particular interest in conflict resolution. Lee is passionate about youth education orientation, talent building, sustainable development, and ICT education for kids. Since 2012, he has worked on several projects including Orienting to Inspire and ‘Keep the Girls in Class’ which have impacted over 3000 youths with about 60% of them, now able to make good education and career choices, and build their skills. He most recently co-founded No Kid Behind to bring ICT towards children and also encourage volunteerism among young people