This is a man who is not only making a difference but also embodies the ashé of both Orishaokó and Babaluaiye. And this, my friends, is the kind of change that counts. Imagine if we did this in every city? The osogbo inherent in city-dwelling – indeed – the osogbos of ikú, ano, and aro would be lessened in our lives. This is the true concept of a community garden: food grown by the community and shared freely among the community. And that’s all I have to say – he says the rest!