As the Founder and CEO of Caverra World, Mrs Anijekwu has demonstrated a strong commitment to a lifelong goal of inspiring and motivating teenagers in the society. Her activities are well aligned with the overall goals of the OCI Foundation’s Arm Our Youths (ArOY) Campaign. So it comes as no surprise that she accepted to be a Champion of this course. Her desire to ensure that Nigerian teens strive for greatness and achieve excellence in life and in their chosen endeavours are the very reasons we are proud to have her in the ArOY Campaign Team as a Champion.
Roseline had her early education at Royal Nursery and Primary School, a British School in Kano, Nigeria, while her secondary (high) school education was at the Federal Government College (FGC), also in Kano. Rather unsurprisingly, she was the Head Girl (Senior Prefect) of the FGC, Kano, between 2004 and 2005. After her secondary education in Kano, she proceeded to the Lagos State University (LASU), where she studied Computer Science.
Through the Caverra world, Anijekwu organizes a program called the “Teens Blissful Moment”, which is a “Teen Hangout” event held on the first and third Saturday of every month at Festac Town, Lagos, Nigeria. Acting as a Teen Coach in these events, Mrs Roseline Anijekwu helps the teenagers discover their true selves, discover their talents, and maximize their potentials in life.
Gifted with a strong passion for motivational speaking and a burning desire to inspire teenagers to achieve greatness, Anijekwu established Caverra World in 2015, as the medium through which she would work for the advancement of teenagers and youth development in Nigeria. She is totally committed to the building up of teenagers and youths in the society in order to make them grow to become responsible citizens of Nigeria, and to contribute positively to the development of the nation and the world at large.
As a result of Anijekwu’s commitment to teenage and youth development, her organization, the Caverra World, partnered with Holy Family Catholic Church Youths to organize the first “Teen Camp” in Lagos, Nigeria. This was in August 2019, and hosted about 100 teens aged from 13 years to 19 years of age at the Bethlehem Girls College, Abule-Ado, in Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State, Nigeria.