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Martin Beck Nworah Thursday, March 16, 2017 3

This is an abridged version of my talk to NACOSS members at their Anambra Summit.

Good afternoon everyone. Martin Beck Nworah is my name and I am here not to inspire you or talk plenty, I am hear to share life with all of us. 

What do you really want in life? If the best you do is waking up and sleeping without doing much outside of your routine, then die. Save scarce resources for our world and go on to rest very well. 

As young people, I strongly believe we need to plan and live out every process of our life as we grow into adulthood. We have to deliberately plan our life and pick the kind of friends we want for our life. I want to have fun and live out life. But then I know there's more to our being here than random sleeping and waking up. You need to discover for yourself what gives you LIFE! 

This is a talk about our place in a dangling political economy and because we are in Anambra State, I will boldly tell you that we have lots of opportunities in this state. I am young like all of us here and given the level of exposure I have gotten and those I have related with, I am confidently telling you that we can make our future great again. If I work on myself and you work on yourself, we shall get better. 

So focus on your books, business and talents. Be the best at what you do. Setbacks and pains will come but be steadfast, you will win! I want you to be the big man. I don't want to splash you water with my convoy in the near future. Together, let us achieve our dreams and aspirations. 

Anambra State is a mother that loves all of us. No matter where you are from, your dreams are valid and can be achieved in this state. 

Remain Focused! 

Till we get to the Promised Land, I shall be waiting for when you will pass me a glass of water and thank God for the gift of grace for the race. 


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