Mainland Youth Initiative celebrates Bimbo Ademoye on her Award ~Ajasa-Info


The Mainland Youth Initiative, a popular Community based organisation in Lagos Mainland has joined the entire world to celebrate their own Bimbo Ademoye who emerged as best actress in Comedy on Saturday in her role in Selina, the Award is an annual Premier organised by the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA 2023).

The Youth who joined her during the presentation of the Award to her father pour encomium on Hon. Ademoye for his fatherly role in nurturing not only to his biological children but to all in the community. Bimbo during her visit to her dad on Sunday stated that she came back home to present the Award to her biggest supporter, her backbone and her rock who has always stood by her at all times.

She narrated when her dad took her for an audition and had to wait for about six (6) hours, she appreciated her dad whom she did not meet at home but remembers his popular joint where he grounds with young people whenever he is less busy. She further explained how the community (My hood in her words) helped her produced all the characters that have made her viewers laugh from iya barakat to todowede to selina.

She was heard quote with joy saying “I’ve had to mimic someone from the hood to give those characters life. My name is Bimbo Ademoye, Ademoye Adekunke’s daughter, Ari’s aunty ,and I’m from Ebute meta . Born and bred in the hood. There are so many people I’d love to appreciate. I’m prepping my speech guys.”

A senior Co-Convener of Mainalnd Youth Initiative, Amodu Sheu has Urge parent to mentor their children on the right path of posterity that the only gift a parent can give to their wards is an assured future which is a product of positive mentorship, they further advised parents to emulate the good characters as exhibited by Hon. Ademoye to his children and young people whom he mentors in the community.

Mainland Youth Initiative in collaboration with security agencies admonishes secondary school students on good conduct ~Ajasa-Info


The Mainland Youth Initiative with the support of security agencies and paramilitary organisations and Community leaders in Lagos Mainland embarked on a sensitisation tour to Aiyetoro senior High School and Herbert Macaulay Junior High School respectively to sensitise the students to imbibe good conduct while learning at School.

The visit which came as a result of series of complains by members of the community about unruly behaviour exhibited by secondary school student during and after the School hours such as thuggery, cultism and other social vices amongst them.

The Divisional Police Officer, Denton Police station who led the delegation of security agencies and paramilitary organisations however admonishes the students to shun all sort of violence, rape, bully and infighting amongst them while in school, he encouraged them to be committed to their studies and assured them of a greater future if they are well behaved.

The Lagos Mainland Commander of the Lagos State Neighbourhood safety Corps advised the students on the need to avoid loitering around the community during school hours and also desist from destroying public properties.

As part of the team who visited the students is the Commandant of the War against indiscipline who charged the students to be self disciplined, he preached the need for respect for all constituted authorities particularly their teachers when in school and wherever they find themselves, he further told them that the future starts from now.

The duo of the principals who recieved the delegation with joy and relief were full of praises, they seek further collaboration with the Mainland Youth Initiative and other organisations particularly community leaders as learning does not start and end within the four walls of the school. Hence they thanked the delegation for the good initiative and like Oliver Twist asked for more.

Other organisations presents are the vigilante Group, representative of the CDC, CDA and JSF who also reiterated that the purpose of their visit was to create and Avenue for proper sensitisation and enlightenment which is key to societal development.

The Mainland Youth Initiative has also seized the opportunity to call on relevant government organisations and stakeholders to take responsibility in building the tomorrow of our dreams by living up to the expectations of their set out objectives.