As the momentum of the protests grew, Nigerian youths knew that all hands had to be on deck. People from all walks of life with different skills showed up to render assistance and be of help in any way that they could. In communication, security, finance, insurance and repairs, cleaning and welfare, medicals, and so on, Nigerian youths have provided for themselves, while protesting against years of a failed and irresponsible government.
Mosope Odeseye, is one of the people that has given herself and platform over to be used to advance the #EndSARS protest. Mosope, who is the head chef at Iyameto’s Kitchen, has worked closely with Feyikemi Abudu, to ensure the effective distribution of donated funds to protesters in need. Whether for injured protesters, to ensure the release of detained ones, or to provide for the welfare of those protesting all across the country. No Nigerian protesting has been left behind. Irrespective of ethnic, religious or sexual orientation.
Like many of the women on this list, selflessness and activism is not new to Mosope. She has always been an ardent volunteer, Pamilerin Foundation, Inspiro Consulting, Christmas On the Streetz are some of the causes she has been a part of. A graduate of Mass Communication from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Modupe picked up the ladle from her mother, and has added a youth, digitized flair to her service. She is the event planner for the Australian Education Exhibition annual event where her company provides 50 stand assistants for delegates yearly.
Apart from running Iyameto’s Kitchen since 2016, she is also the Creative Director of Mode Seven Events, an events planning outfit.