This is What Kaffy Has to Say to Nigerians About Change


Nigerian dancer and Guinness World Book Record breaker, Kaffy, says the best way for Nigerians to experience the change that they so crave for, is to have a positive mindset. According to the dancer, Nigerians are survivors and if they stay positive, change will eventually come, no matter how long it takes.

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Kaffy writes:

You Are a Hero!! You Are Nigeria!! As a nation we are constantly going through discomfort mostly from the lack of the most basic needs as a people of a great nation; BUT against all the odds around us, I see survivors everyday, I still see achievers, dream chasers for a better life a better tomorrow.

A lot has been done to us to tear us apart but what we are made of individually is for ever keeping us together. We are special people made strong and here we are living together for our motherland. Change will come!!!

If you are out there still moving on, still going to work, still thriving without crime, you are a hero as what we are facing now can drive a nation to chaos. Keep being positive; keep being strong. The government doesn’t make us, we make the government.

We are the reason there is still Naija. Our pledge is to the inhabitants of our country, our mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. We shall overcome. #iAmnaija

The 35-year old dancer, wife of Joseph Ameh and mother of two, is also the founder of Imagneto Dance Company, which was established few years after she broke the Guinness World Records world record for “Longest Dance Party” at the Nokia Silverbird Danceathon in 2006.

Kaffy is an energetic dancer and has been featured as a video vixen in several musical videos in the country, including a hand-full belonging to the popular Okoye brothers -PSquare. Her dance school is situated in Ajah, Lagos, where she trains and mentors both aspiring and professional young dancers.

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