Osayi Ujunwa Lynda
Birthday: June 27, 1990
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
A world that is free from war and corruption. A world where human rights are preserved and protected. Everybody has equal opportunity to succeed. Every citizen of every nation has at least the basic human needs. Every nation is united and discrimination is avoided. This is my vision of a world that works for everyone.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The world today is faced with several problems that are affecting the lives of people and the growth of nations. Some of these problems are economic meltdown, health problems like prevalence of HIV/AIDS, Influenza etc, corruption, political instability, etc I see corruption and health problems as the most pressing of all the problems. Corruption among leaders and citizens has caused a lot of problems to many nations. It has led to a high disparity in wealth, lack of unity, injustice, violation of human rights, non adherence to the rule of law etc. In terms of health, there is an increase in hard drug consumption in many countries, especially among the youths and has rendered most useless. Contagious diseases are also inevitable in the kind of environment in which we live. It is said that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
The problem of corruption in the world today can be solved by creating a forums that will help to enlighten the growing population (children and youths) on the dangers of corruption and the need to be faithful citizens of their countries. Human rights of the citizens should also be made known to them and make sure that they are preserved and respected. Government could be the best body to implement those. Health problems can also be reduced by adequate checking of consumer goods both those imported and produced in the country. Health awareness campaign should be a major priority in every nation. Health foundations in every nook and cranny will also help to reduce heath hazards. The citizens especially children and youths should be educated on the issue of using hard drugs, the dangers and problems associated with it.
My name is Osayi Ujunwa Lynda. I am a nineteen year old girl, five feet tall and dark in complexion. I am a native of Amalla Egazi in Udenu Local Government area of Enugu state Nigeria. I live with my parents and siblings. We are a family of eight and I am the last. I am a 100 level Nursing science student of University of Nigeria Nsukka. My course of study is a five year course under the faculty of health sciences and technology. My primary education was in University Staff School, University of Nigeria Nsukka. My junior secondary education was in Shalom Academy Nsukka and senior secondary in University of Nigeria Secondary School Nsukka. I took my West African Senior School Certificate Examination and also graduated from secondary school in 2008.
My hobbies are travelling, reading, watching television and movies, playing basketball and volleyball and surfing the web. My favourite books are motivational/inspirational books especially those written by Rick Warren and Dale Carnegie. I like seasonal movies like The commander in chief, 24 hours etc. I like attending seminars especially those about women development and empowerment, leadership, health and family. I enjoy helping people especially the less privileged. I have travelled to some states in my country and I wish I could have an opportunity to travel outside my country to other parts of the world. My role model is professor mrs Dora Akunyili the former minister for health and development and the present minister for information and technology in Nigeria. I admire her courage to stand among in administration and her obvious concern for the health of the Nigerian citizens. I participated in the Enugu state AIESEC YES PROJECT 1 held in University of Nigeria Nsukka from July to August 2009. It is a platform for young people to discover and develop their talents. I acquired basic skills in entrepreneurship and way of starting and running a business. I can bake and knit very well.
My dream is to become a global health worker. I have a strong desire to help and promote healthy living globally which could be done by establishing health institutes and foundations mostly in areas where these facilities are inadequate. I believe in the saying “a healthy nation is a wealthy nation”. In the next ten years I hope to have gotten a PhD in nursing sciences either abroad or within my country. I so believe that one day my dreams will come true. I love God and myself so much and I always expect the best from myself. I believe in being the best I can be.
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