Ade Titilawo, age 28, was born and raised in South Bermondsey (London, England). His experiences in early life were not easy because he had to deal with unstable emotions, low self esteem, hidden addictions, and failing as a son to his late mother. He became one more ordinary number in society, being lead by negative influences and became a big–time follower.
At the age of 13, he was invited by his late mother to go to the VYG (Victory Youth Group) but he didn’t have a clue that this invitation would change his his life and his future. Through the VYG, he was able to build his confidence, was motivated to get along with his parents, learned how to get his life back on track by focusing positively to the future, to believe in his dreams and to never give up.
Today, Ade Titilawo is married to Kimberly, who he considers his best friend and, together, they are mentors to over one thousand youths across the UK. They currently offer free advice to young people who are facing difficulties of overcoming past hurt, traumatic experiences, insecurities, depression, etc. via the VYG.
Ade is currently responsible for the VYG, which has 26 full-time branches in London and the UK.