Adeniji Hannah Boluwatife, a sixteen years old Yoruba girl who hails from Oyo state. She is an SSS2 art student at Isabatudeen Girls Grammar School. She is a disciplined and well brought up girl. Aside from being hardworking, determined, and focused, she is also very friendly, humble, and respects other’s opinions. She likes moving with people that motivate her and help build her confidence. She doesn’t want to be influenced by peer pressure.
Hannah is the third and last child from a family of three. Her mother has been her sole provider ever since her father passed away 12 years ago. She makes a living now through petty trade and grinding pepper. Hannah’s University of preference is Obafemi Awolowo University where she hopes to study Theatre Art. In her words, Hannah plans to have completed her first degree in the next five years. In the nearest future (in about 10 years), she hopes to be an accomplished actress as it has been her lifelong dream to make a name in the film industry. She wants to give back to society by impacting teenagers and youth by giving them the opportunity to gain knowledge from her business organizations.
With great joy in our hearts, we plan to encourage and support Hannah through her journey to actualizing her dreams. It is our pleasure to raise youth with great potential to become important and prominent members of society. Youthcare is honored to play a part in building future individuals who will make a positive difference in the world.