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Temitope Onabiyi

House Of G3 Advocates For Education Of Boys & Men

In a bid to transform young boys into better men in the future, a Nigerian Non-governmental organization, House of G3 is channeling its resources to advocating for the education of boys and men. This comes shortly after the NGO held its annual international conference in Lagos to mentally equip the boy child on securing their future as men.

The Conference had sessions where young boys were mentored by youth leaders and mental health professionals on improving their academics, building their self-esteem by engaging in positive conversations, understanding their focus in life and achieving all their set goals while ensuring they were useful to themselves and the society.

Speaking at the conference, the convener of House of G3, Mrs. Temitope Onabiyi explained that boys today will become men worthy of emulation tomorrow hence it is important that people continue to advocate for their growth and development.

Also in support of the conference were teachers and students from Olusosun Primary School, Ojota; St. Peters Anglican Nursery and Primary School, Alausa; Sogunle Primary School, Ikeja; Agidingbi Primary School, Ikeja and Lagos State Model Primary School, Olusosun.

All young boys in attendance received cash prizes, school supplies and other gift items. House of G3 is an organization that educates, empowers, mentors and advocates for boys to live and become their best selves in life. The NGO can be reached via their social media handles on Instagram and Facebook @HouseofG3.

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Boys Are Treasures That Need Protection – Founder House of G3, Mrs. Temitope Onabiyi

Many people find it difficult raising boys nowadays. They are energetic, rebellious and very curious beings. Not Mrs Onabiyi. 

Life dealt a blow to her when she was younger and she lost her mother to the clutches of death. As a young married woman, she housed and raised her 4 younger brothers. When she started having her children, she was blessed with another 4 boys so she had 8 young lads scrambling around her house. 

“They were always a handful. Wanting to play Football and use their energies to do something. Just anything I always ensured they were always engaged with something useful and positive.” she explained when asked how she managed the growing boys.

As time went by, she realised that many boys were not properly mentored and guided when they are still in their formative years. 

“It seems that parents focus on the growth and development of the girl child that they forget about the boys and fail to guide them as they grow. These are the boys that society automatically wants to be responsible husbands and fathers without consciously teaching them how to live life properly” Mrs Onabiyi said.

This was one of the things that spurred her to begin House of G3. 

“We are just interested in grooming godly boys that will understand that there is a need to put their energies into positive use and be useful to society. There are various activities that we organize for the boys between the ages of 8-18 years old to engage their minds and bodies. 

One of such programs is the Annual Boys Conference that will hold on the 25th of September 2021 at SBLS Training and Event Center, Opposite Kobis Eatery Oregun, Lagos. 

At this event, boys will interact with professionals that are willing to teach them critical life principles that will be useful for them and the society at large’ she explained. 

House of G3 also organises programs that will assist young boys in the long term by providing mentorship, teaching business skills, providing employment opportunities and emotional awareness. 

They can be reached via their social media handles on Instagram and Facebook @HouseofG3. 

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