Akiiki Daisy Kabagarama

Episode 495 with guest Bose Adeagbo

My name is Bose Adeagbo, a proud mother of three beautiful girls, and married to a strong, compassionate, and hardworking man-Dr. Bamidele Adeagbo. I was born in Nigeria and relocated to America in 2001. I have a bachelor’s degree in education and earned a master’s in social work degree from Temple University in 2003. I am credentialed from the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board as a Social Worker. Growing up, I have always been drawn to helping the vulnerable in the community. Before relocating to America, I was a frequent visitor to the Blind Center located several miles from my home. I would often take the long walk to the center to read to the blind and just sit beside them listening to their stories. I have always worked in child Welfare agencies and organizations since I graduated from school. I know firsthand the problems that most children and their family experience in our community. The more I interacted with these vulnerable children and their family, the more determined I was to be an agent of change. I knew I wanted to do more than just refer them
to services. My husband advised me to begin to write my ideas on
how I can directly help the vulnerable in the community. Questville Services was birthed in 2018 as a result of those thoughts and ideas I “doodled” in my journal. With a lot of hard work, determination, and support from my husband who continues to fuel the fire of success in me, my heart felt desire to be an active agent of change came to fruition.
Today, we are honored to be actively working with vulnerable and traumatized youth in our community. We provide room, board, mental health services, life skills and educational experiences to these children as we help them heal and empower them to reach their full potential.

Akiiki Daisy Kabagarama
Akiiki Daisy Kabagarama

Education: BA Social Work and Administration – Makerere University, Uganda (1975) Master of Community and Regional Planning (1983) and Ph.D. in Sociology (1988) from Iowa State University Masters of Divinity (2005) and Maters of Theological Studies (2007) from Wesley Theological Seminary Professional
Experience: Professor, Pastor, Author of 13 books, TV host of Diversity show on KPTS Channel 8, current host of “A Light from the Nile” on KSUN Radio.
Awards: Recipient of many Community Service Awards including: Promotion of International Friendship and Understanding Award by Iowa State University, Empowered Women in Wichita and Warrior Women Special Community, Church and School Presentations: Understanding Africa, Obuntu (Human Essence) Approach to making Peace and Curbing Violence, Drumming, Storytelling and Poetry Workshops