"I want to give hope to people in society. To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong"

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I cook traditional food from Nigeria.

I cook for my friends from Uganda and other countries.

I love cooking. But this is my special soup. It’s my antivirus soup that stops colds. It’s my best soup. Lots of garlic, onions and ginger.

This is my Gaelic clothing. It’s originally from Ghana, in Africa. It’s used for parties, and for social gatherings, in my home country.

This is my fruit basket for my porridge. In the morning, healthy food makes a healthy person.

A photo of a street. Watching life go by, locked down.

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I love music, dance and party. I love to see friends, dancing, singing and playing all instruments.

We are all looking forward to freedom, when lockdown is over.

My guitar.

I love my guitar. It helps me during the lockdown, along with my piano.


I am very good at drums. I like to sing Christian songs in my language and in English too. I do these things because it eases my stress.


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