The former NFL player shows inner city students the value and promise of college.
I’ve always believed that success is like a roll of film; in order for it to develop, you need exposure.
I grew up in Los Angeles, in a Nigerian household, with my parents and my three siblings. Throughout my childhood, my parents opened our home to family and friends who moved from Nigeria and didn’t have a place to live. They’d stay with us for days, weeks or even months, depending on how long it took them to get on their feet. Sometimes our house got so crowded I’d have to forfeit my bedroom and sleep on the couch. READ MORE