Our OAB (Omotunde Alata Blog) celebrity for the month of April 2017 is a great and motivated young man, a motivational speaker and a visionary who is passionate about helping people discover their true identity. He is none other than our inspirational “Capacity Builder” also known as “KCB”.
Like you know that OAB celebrity showcases talented and inspirational people who are prepared to take the world by storm. It is a platform that empowers and inspires people by featuring great personalities who are doing so well in their chosen field and immensely impacting our society. This is our own way of contributing positively to our society.
May we have the honor to meet our OAB celebrity for April 2017:
KCB’s full name is Kehinde Oluwaseun Ogunbiyi, He is an alumnus of one of the greatest University in Africa and the world, Great Ife, Obafemi Awolowo University. The CEO/COO of KCB Solutions; a digital marketing brand & founder of Eleven32; an NGO that’s saddled with the responsibility of building human capacity.
He is an Inspirational Speaker who started motivating people to discover their true identity since 2009 while still at the university.
“Since role models are people who inspire me from afar, with or without a close relationship, they include; David Adeoye, John Maxwell, Fela Durotoye, Elon Musk, Les Brown & many more that I pattern my life after,” he says.
His greatest achievement is helping as many discover, develop and deploy their potential within Nigeria & across the world and greatest challenge is getting as many to believe in themselves and the capacity of their potentials especially when they are yet to bury their past and set free from an inferiority complex.
In the next 5 years, he hopes to have touched the lives of millions across the world through his works, and becomes a voice to the voiceless and a herbinger of hope.
He’s fully engaged in various social works and community development activities which includes advocacy, training and empowerment. Through Eleven32, “We have also collaborated with several organisations to re-orient people about who they are and how to be responsibible citizens, we have mobilized young people to clean up different coners of our community, we have fed, clothed and empowered over 4,500 people in the last 3 years. I have also engaged and offer mentorship to young people and helped them re-channel their energy in the right direction thereby reducing various social vices”.
He has published 2 best selling books titled:” Push Yourself “& “Kickstart “ and 2 ebooks; “Making the most of the coming year” & “The Blessing of NO”
“My advice for people is that they should push themselves because until you move, nothing moves. You must also be willing to start where you are with what you have. Don’t forget to get a mentor too and ensure you have a close relationship with him by submitting”.