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Princess Anne Atulaegwu is an inspiring personality with a huge passion to see YOU live fulfilled. She is a conference convener, speaker, youth coach, counselor, Mentor and teacher.

Anne specializes in birthing God's purpose in the heart of young people, teaching them to nurse their vision and prophetically empowering them to fulfill destiny.

In the past 19 years, she has mentored and raised teens\youths from desolation into amazing destinies. She loves to be with them and throws in her all for their best to manifest.

Anne holds Bachelor’s in agricultural Education from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She holds a diploma in ministerial counseling and a bachelor’s degree in theology and Christian Education respectively from Faith College of Arts and Theology (FACAT), Lagos. She is a Chaplain from International institute of pastoral Education and Chaplaincy (IIPEC), Ogun state. She is a certified NLP practitioner and presently training as a Life and Purpose Coach.

She is the founder of The Birth Place Empowerment Foundation ; a youth and women focused faith based NGO with the mandate to raise a generation of passionate young people and women who establish God’s purpose and engineer positive changes in every facet of life through conferences, seminars and mentoring.

Anne is an author, psalmist, songwriter, poet and a great dancer.

Possessing an infectious passion for Christ and love for people, she excellently combines insights from scriptures, neuro-linguistic programming, positive psychology and behavioural science in her practise as a counselor, mentor, coach and teacher.

She lives in Lagos, Nigeria; where she currently serves as a youth pastor in her local assembly-Abundant House of Grace INC.


Anne has authoured 9 books and published 6. Her newest release is TURN WISHES TO WINS.

She has personally mentored over 200 teenagers and young adults.

The first platform Anne graced as a Public Speaker was a youth conference at The Redeemed Christian Church of God, at age 14.

Ever since, Anne has never stopped honouring note-worthy invitations to speak at several events organised by religious and corporate bodies across the globe.

At age16, Anne's Family had just recently relocated to Olodi Apapa when she noticed the menace youths in the area struggled with. 

At age 17 she enroled at Faith College of Arts and Theology to gain skills required to influence and impact young people. She first studied Theology and later studied Christian Education and Ministerial Counseling.

At age 18 (2007), She began hosting a bi-monthly conference (Eagle's Soar) for young people living in Ajegunle and Olodi Apapa Axis of Lagos state to help them embrace purpose and overcome the menace of the environment.

At age 19, she enrolled at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka to study Agricultural Science Education.

At age 20 (2009), while on Campus, she founded Tamar's Pouch. A gender focused organization with the vision to help girls and women through peculiar challenges especially sexual and emotional abuse. This was due to a personal experience and what she saw girls in unhealthy relationships experience on Campus.

At age 23 (2012), Anne founded The Birthplace Empowerment Foundation which presently serves as a chief to the organizations she founded before then and afterwards.

In the last 11 years (2007-2018)
The Birthplace Foundation has (with the help of volunteers, family, friends and partners) empowered many young people through 18 conferences, 9 outreaches and 11 mentoring programs.

Our impact at the foundation has

✔Helped over 500 teenage girls break free from the shackles of sexual and emotional abuse through 
Save A girl Child Outreach.

✔Helped 7 young women heal and thrive after a rape experience.

✔Empowered over 300 young women heal from emotional wounds, find and live out their true purposes through Tamar's Pouch Conferences.

✔Empowered 58 young people to unapologetically live fulfilled through mentoring.

✔Equipped 30 young women with skills essential for financial independence.

✔Inspired and equipped over 500 youths to break limitations and emerge into their fullness as productive individuals through Eagle's Soar Conferences.

✔Inspired and provided supplies
for over 3800 residents of 4 communities with poor living condition through JTOW outreach.

Yeah right, bios can make people look like they fell from cloud perfect huh?

Well, I didnt. I'm just some twenty something young girl who is passionate about Christ, the assignment, life and people.

Don't love me yet though.LOL

I'm not your regular next door girl. Neither am I some weirdo. I'm just a girl. LOL

Below, i'm going to open up a little so just incase you met me in person, you will already know me.

Umm, one more thing. 

I get bored easily and because I wouldn't want you to get bored on me, I'm going to break this gist in bits.

Let's go!


I write every single day of my life. It could be poetry, non-fiction books, really short fiction stories, song or something. I just write. It’s not only a gift with which I serve the Lord and people; it’s my refresh-therapy.

I do weekly videos on my youtube channel. You can check it out and dont forget to subscribe. Prior to each video shoot, i spend everyday in the week searching my spirit for the right thing to say to my priceless audience.

I don’t mess with my “quiet time” (and by the way I hate to call it that because it makes it look like you go in and shut up before the Lord) even though I sometimes (rarely though) go a day without reading my bible.  Well, I talk a lot when I get in there and I equally shut up to hear my love (the Christ) speak back to me.

I love to talk to people and I hug people because I want them to know that they are accepted.

Hmmm I laugh loudly. I wish someone could teach me to do those bottled up chuckles people do. I guess i'm too local to laugh "polished".

Life is meant to be expressed and I never miss a chance to laugh when I get one.

Yeah, when i'm unhappy, bothered or brooding over something? you can tell because i'm very readable.

I’m a blend of emotionalism and pragmatism. So you never can be sure which of those buttons I will pull on a matter. You know we have to let the Lord lead now? LOL

I think a lot.
Don’t ask what I think about because it’s random. However, I notice it’s often futuristic.


  I name inanimate belongings. For example, Sheila is my MAC PC, Halia is my Hewlett-Packard PC. Gregory, Sindy and George are three paper made fishes (that seat in a box designed to mimic an aquarium) placed on my desk at the office!

   I strongly dislike laundry. I do it because I have to. Maybe because I don’t use a washing machine yet.

  I love cooking A LOT but I hate peeling tubers- yam, sweet potato, cassava etc.
  I can dance anywhere- even right at the middle of the road so long as they play a song I totally love. One of those songs is FRANK EDWARDS' OKAKA

  And oh I so badly don’t want to miss the rapture because i'm looking forward to staying all day in Jesus' bedroom while i sometimes take king David on a date.

From One Of My Youtube Sessions


Well, I wish I could say I was a rebel, went through hell and one historic morning Jesus found me. It turns out that isn’t my story. I was lucky, really lucky to know the Lord personally at age 9. He found me, loved on me, told me he had a plan for my life and has mind-blowingly led me to this point where I’m daily seeking to please him and serving in ministry.
I was born and raised a preacher’s kid and I found church interesting. It was actually during a Tuesday bible study, while my father Bishop Dr. Peter Atulaegwu taught about the end-time, rapture and all, that Jesus gripped my heart for life. I shared quite some details in my book PROTHESIS

He is a warm kind man with the ability to play like a child. He understands the need for me to live out the dreams and purposes that God has placed in my heart and gives me the support and space I need to live those out.

He has an eye and preference for excellence but doesn’t take things too seriously that he forgets to laugh about events and the jokes life or either of us bring our way.

He doesn’t mind me turning our bed into my bouncing castle when I want to play with him nor does he mind dancing to the songs I composed in his name.

The thing I love the most about him is the fact that he doesn’t mind singing to me at bedtime before I drift off into dream world.

I also like that I get the privilege to support his dreams and purposes and I enjoy being his perfect cheer leader!!!

And you know what?
I’m still patiently looking out for Him. If you know where he is, tell him to call me up ASAP.

Scratch that!
He found me on December 29th 2018. Here is our story.


  1. Great, nice vision. Keep blessing lives.......

  2. Thank you KINGSLEY! I'm glad you are inspired. Go make your mark!!

  3. Please ma'am, can I get FACAT website

  4. Hello mimi, You can get info at the school's Admin office in Lagos. 5 AGBC avenue off fasasi street by newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos

  5. nice one dear, keep soaring high and high. because that is the estate you operate from(His presence).

    1. awww thank you so much Pastor Israel!!!
      Amen, I soar!!!
      Kind regards to mama

  6. This is my first time i visit here. I found so many interesting stuff in your blog especially its discussion. From the tons of comments on your articles, I guess I am not the only one having all the enjoyment here! keep up the good work Living Well CBT Counselling


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