Member’s Corner takes a closer look at D.I.S.S Alumni’s 200 members. This week features Godsfavour Ononogbu from Class of 2018.
How would you describe yourself?
I’m an understanding and easygoing person who’s always ready to accommodate and assist those around me.
What have you been doing since you graduated from Dority?
I’m a student of Psychology at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
Was Psychology the course you really wanted to study?
Yes. I’ve always wanted to be a psychologist.
Are you a member of any association?
I’m a member of a non-governmental organization called Africa For Africa Youth Initiative.
What keeps you busy outside academics?
I do part-time photography and graphics design.
What motivates you?
Jesus Christ is my motivation.
What do you remember most about your time as a student at Dority International Secondary School?
The methods of teaching and learning were of great help to me. They trained us to have good listening skills and this helped me a lot at the university.
Have you been to D.I.S.S since you graduated?
Yes, but not in a formal role.
Where do you think you will be in the next five years?
I see myself going into politics to generate innovative ideas that will change Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
Which of your achievements are you most proud of?
Being elected as the Deputy Speaker of the Students’ Representative Assembly in D.I.S.S.
Which issues or topics are you passionate about?
I’m passionate about politics and solving the socio-political and economic problems in Nigeria and Africa.
If you had the chance to mentor a D.I.S.S student today, what advice would you give him/her?
I’ll advise the person to stick to God in everything he or she does. Be diligent, determined and passionate about what you’re doing because that’s your driving force.
Where do you see the alumni association in the next 5yrs?
I see us becoming stronger than we’ve ever been.