A Walk in the Desert
A Walk in the Desert is a clarion call to every Nigerian that we can become more, that we can build a country that we will all be proud of. Of course, it won’t be easy—it is not supposed to—but with shared commitment and focus, we can turn things around and birth a new story of shared greatness.
As I share the story of my life in Morocco with you, the motive is to ignite hope, trigger dedication and provide inspiration that you and I need to become change agents in our respective circles of influence.
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National development is a collective effort, where every step taken in the right direction, no matter how small, can make a big difference. To make this journey, every hand must be on deck. May this book inspire you as we commit to creating the change we want to see.
About the author.
Taiwo is a young and astute Nigerian Diplomat, who is passionate about Negotiation, Development and Public Policy. She is a graduate of International relations from Mohammad V University Soussi, Rabat, Morocco and holds a Masters degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies from the University of Lagos. With about a decade of tremendous work in the diplomatic service, she has constantly displayed utmost dedication to service, efficiency and prospect for growth. Taiwo emerged the best student officer of the 21st Regular Course of the Nigerian Foreign Service Academy in 2014.
Her deployment to the Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations in New York revealed her passion for multilateral diplomacy where she effectively negotiated and co-negotiated resolutions on behalf of her country and continent at the United Nations Headquarters. With a burgeoning career in multilateral diplomacy, she has consistently been a part of her country’s delegation to the United Nations General Assembly in New York, USA. Taiwo is bilingual, with excellent written and spoken English and French languages, she has served severally as interpreter at the highest level of government.