The significance of COP26 is evermore poignant. – Dr. Ama


The postponement of COP26 was unavoidable given the incidence of the Covid-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, the significance of COP26 is evermore poignant. The climate change crisis, likewise Covid-19, requires all stakeholders – citizens, corporations, governments and international agencies – to take decisive actions to address this menace to our earth and all related issues including those involving health, education, equality, discrimination, safety and development. Ensuring a sustainable and ecologically balanced planet is our collective priority.
– Dr. Ama, Executive Director, Live Abundantly!®


SEE VIDEO: Adding Value to Lagos State Schools and the Community – Dr. Ama Onyerinma



We hear the stories, we shake our heads in disgust and sometimes beg not to hear the details but the truth is our children and grandchildren are growing up in a society where issues of Violence, Trafficking, Drug Abuse, Child Labour and Truancy are highly prevalent.

One of the most influential entities which has been proven to improve students’ academic success as well as create positive relationship between the school and the community is the active presence of informed and dedicated parents.

Knowledgeable and active parents not only add value to a school community but also offer excellent resources and support by ensuring the policies and vital messages of the stakeholders are disseminated to the community.

Live Abundantly® Empowerment Initiative celebrates World Disability Day

CELEBRATING DIFFERENCES, EMPOWERING LIVES” was the theme of the Live Abundantly® Empowerment Initiative celebration of the World Disability Day with the Destitute Empowerment Children’s Center.


The Live Abundantly® Empowerment Initiative members arrived to a warm reception of the cheerful children’s warm hugs and smiling faces.


Live Abundantly® Empowerment Initiative presented the children with chapter books, colouring books, crayons and stationery materials, focusing on Empowerment through Education.

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The United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) established in 1972, is observed  globally on 3th December.

A Different Perspective

kEKE NAPEP – MARWA – MARUWA is a commercial form of transportation used in Nigeria as an alternative to driving or other forms of transportation.

Life Coach and Author Dr. Ama of the  brand LiveAbundantly!® took a ride in one of theses kekes and this is what she had to say…

In India, Keke known as Tuk Tuk is a local form of transport, which is embraced by all indigenes. In Nigeria, it is relegated to the everyday person- a symbol of hardship. If it is the affordable and a quick form of transport on the congested roads shouldn’t we all engage in its services?