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#ElevateEpeSch: THE ELEVATION CHURCH ELEVATES ZUMRATUL ISLAMMIYYAH PRIMARY SCHOOL II, EPE.

Lekki-based Elevation Church, donates a block of ten classrooms to Zumratul Islamiyyah Primary School II, Epe. It is the vision of the church to ‘make greatness common’ by positively impacting and developing its environment in tangible and measurable ways. Having ...

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Love Letter To My ‘Motherly’ Father – Olayimika David

It is indeed mother’s day but I have decided to honor you instead daddy. You might wonder why or what do I mean? I do have mothers all around me but temi yemi mainly because you deserve it and you ...

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Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, To Host Historic No-Holds-Barred Session With Nigerian Bloggers

In continuation of the tradition of participatory governance, Governor Kayode Fayemi will be having a no holds barred session with key social media actors (bloggers, activsits, factivists and influencers) from the 6th through 9th February 2014 at the Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort, ...

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Leadership: What Goodluck Jonathan can learn from Stephen Keshi – Ogunyemi Bukola

Successful leadership, be it in business, politics or sports, operates on identical underlying principles. As such, successful leaders learn from one another across the different sectors of life and terrain of leadership in which they operate. Nigeria’s president, Goodluck Jonathan, ...

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#VeritasVitae: FRIENDS…The R is silent – Ogunyemi Bukola

One of my resolutions for 2014 is to write more than I did in the past year, or more appropriately, publish more of my writings. And I had imagined to start with something that would get President Goodluck Jonathan’s army ...

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Path to a Better Nigeria: National Monologue before National Dialogue – Ogunyemi Bukola

Path to a Better Nigeria: National Monologue before National Dialogue – Ogunyemi Bukola “So then, we may no longer be children, tossed (like ships) to and fro between chance gusts of teaching (and) wavering with every changing wind of doctrine, ...

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