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Adventist University of Central Africa

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CAREER: Accountant



    • April 16, 2024 – Our students shared what was most meaningful to them from our recent Leadership Development Workshop. Bless said: “First of all, I am so grateful to be a scholar in the These Numbers Have Faces family. We are really blessed to have you as our parents and guardians. I got an opportunity to attend the virtual meeting on 23rd March 2024. We are so blessed to get in touch with the board members, including Dr Kuhn (aunt Kris), Uncle Jim, and others 🙏. The conversation was so impressive from the first speaker to the last. Through the concept of leadership and personal growth, I learned that leadership is all about sacrificing yourself on behalf of the people you’re leading and setting a good example to them. Furthermore, on the concept of “where we are from and its impact on leadership,” I realized that no matter your past and harsh history, we have to use it as a driving factor to change our families, societies, and the world at large. This means that growing up in a conflicted family doesn’t give you an excuse to be rude and a dictator, but to be an influencer of peace, unity, and cooperation among people. I was also highly interested in the concept of compassionate leadership, where I learned that it’s all about having empathy, understanding and supporting others’ wellbeing which I always try, pray and wish for anytime I get the opportunity to lead others. Last but not least, the speech of brother Benson, a former TNHF scholar, taught me to be a hard worker, trustworthy, and remember the people you left behind. All in all I noticed that the major reason why we get blessed is also to bless others. Thank you so much TNHF family for your love and support. I don’t take it for granted but it is the cornerstone of my future and success.”



Bless grew up in a community with strong Christian values. These values unified the community, helping them to get along together, supporting and encouraging each other. Bless’s community taught him to live his life with humility and self-discipline. He learned to work together with other people for the common good and to radiate positive energy to those around him.

Bless lives with his mother and three siblings. His grandfather was a strong presence in his life, until he passed away many years ago. So, Bless’s Mom now bears the burden of raising and supporting their family. She does the best she can. Bless’s father has not been part of his family’s life for many years.

Bless attends the Adventist University of Central Africa, where he is studying Accounting. Bless’s dream is to make a positive difference in his community, especially as an influencer of youth.

When not studying hard, Bless enjoys leading activities at his church and singing in the choir.