Professional Certifications: Why Have Them?

The National Youth Service Corps(NYSC) was formed as a means of promoting national integration. The scheme has not only served as a forum for national integration, but also as an avenue for some Nigerians to exploit innocent fresh graduates. It is no longer news that the rate of unemployment in Nigeria is very high, andContinue reading “Professional Certifications: Why Have Them?”

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A LEO’s Speech

I was just going through my archive and I saw a speech I wrote for a friend last year; thought you may like to take a look. The Speech of LEO Kayode Olawale, Immediate Past President of Unilorin Campus Leo Club at the Investiture Program of LEO Bolade Niniola, President, 2011/2012 Lionistic Year Ken BlanchardContinue reading “A LEO’s Speech”

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Jeans: World’s Most Accepted Clothing

Dresses come and go as fashion trend changes, but jeans has proven over grosses of years that it will always be with us. Jeans is as ubiquitous as air; found everywhere, worn by almost all. Jeans erazed the fashion line between the rich and the poor. You don’t have to be rich or poor toContinue reading “Jeans: World’s Most Accepted Clothing”

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Femi and Farouk : Lessons of The Scandal

A lot has been said about the Farouk Lawan-Femi Otedola bribery scandal in a country that has been filled with nothing but ills recently. Having read a lot of commentaries on the issue from several people with offices and titles who may well have a side, it is important to hear from thoughtful Nigerians’ pointContinue reading “Femi and Farouk : Lessons of The Scandal”

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Rio Ferdinand: My Sons Love D’banj’s Oliver Twist

Manchester United footballer, Rio Ferdinand has disclosed on twitter how his sons love to hear Nigerian music star, D’banj’s Oliver twist. Ferdinand’s two sons, Lorenz and Tate whom he fondly calls his lil(little) men were quoted to have asked for multiple rewind of the song. Ferdinand had earlier said months ago that Oliver Twist isContinue reading “Rio Ferdinand: My Sons Love D’banj’s Oliver Twist”

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Happy Birthday

I wish you a belated birthday and dedicate this poem by Martin to you.   Have a cheerful, blissful, exultant, ecstatic, delighted, happy birthday. Birthday Flowers Please accept these birthday flowers, Filled with love, from random showers. Thought of you, when I picked them out, Grown and nourished, from a tiny sprout. Graceful, like a roseContinue reading “Happy Birthday”

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Euro 2012: Who’s Your Money On?

Leagues all over Europe last season finished with some stars stamping down their authorities and dousing people’s doubts about how good they are. Some new guns emerged too, ready to take the fight to the so-called big guns. The Euro 2012 has afforded them all a chance to prove a point and tell us allContinue reading “Euro 2012: Who’s Your Money On?”

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Lola Adesioye: The Black Wordsmith

It is known to be a country blessed with lush vegetation and large oil reserves, but more than all these is a plethora of talents who have their roots in the country. Nigeria is one of the most blessed countries in terms of brains as sons and daughters of the country have proven themselves inContinue reading “Lola Adesioye: The Black Wordsmith”

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