It’s funny how we can be around something for a long time and never get to be influenced by it. It’s funny how we go to church every other day claim the tag “Christians” but we never truly get to reflect the life we talk about. How we that claim to be ‘serious christians’ are just Christians by mouth. Someone might be wondering why all … Continue reading Quality Check
My name is Asala Boluwaduro, I’m the second of two children, no I’m not the last born. I have a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the Premier University, the First and the Best, The University of Ibadan. GROWING UP Growing up for me was an interesting time, we spent a lot of time away from home- in a boarding school. My brother and I went … Continue reading Asala Boluwaduro: A leader must listen to God and to his people.
Hello! Is someone as excited as I am to be alive? It’s a joy to be alive and there is sure a beauty attached to living. I welcome you to drink from the waters of wisdom the Holy Spirit have given me today. How many of us have seen a comic graphical representation of the number 6? Check the figure below and see the beauty … Continue reading It is 6! No it is 9!
As humans we tend to treat our own stuff with so much care and love and when it comes to a neighbor’s stuff, “we’re like, whether it spoils or not, what’s my own? It’s none of my business”. We tend to care less about what happens with other people’s stuffs, “it’s not my own, so why should I care” some people would say. In … Continue reading What’s my own?
Wow! Been a while dear readers. You know there are days you get weary and just wonder if it was worth it making your voice heard through your ink. Then I looked down and saw your comments and I was encouraged. Be kind enough to drop one. I want to talk to you today about the first rule of social engagement. Truth is we … Continue reading He who can do this has the whole world with him.
My name is Salaam Comfort. I’m the first born and a twin too. I’m presently studying Medical laboratory science at Babcock university. GROWING UP Growing up was good especially with the fact that I grew up in a christian family that taught me to grow in God’s love and with the fact that I had someone of my age to always gist with and disturb. … Continue reading Salaam Comfort: I desire to see youths and teenagers being more zealous in God’s work.
I’m Hosu Damilola. I am the last child and only son of a family of 5 children. I graduated from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta where I studied Animal Production and Health. Presently, I work as the Managing director at Hosdam Agricultural Company (somebody may ask, who is now the CEO? Let me answer you “Na God oo”) I’m into Agribusiness. My hobbies include … Continue reading Hosu Damilola: The Holy Spirit is the best prescription I can give any man.
I’m Sholanke Johnson Rotimi by name, an indigene of Ogun State. I’m a proficient and proactive lad as well as the C.E.O of Gravity Construction & Architecture. I graduated from the University of Agriculture Abeokuta, with a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering. GROWING UP My growing up was so much fun because i grew up in a wonderful family as the sixth of seven children. … Continue reading Sholanke Johnson: I was once called an NFA.
I am Oaikhenan Lydia Obehioye by name. Jovial, fun loving, a lover of God and anything that has God in it. I can be very passionate about what I want to do and as long as God is involved, I go all out for it. I remember once walking out an executive from a meeting because he laughed at a time, I was really annoyed … Continue reading Oaikhenan Lydia: My driving force is Jesus.
I am Olajuwon Oluwabusayo Tolulope. I studied English/Political science in Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. I am a cheerful person and sometimes I get angry on minor things. I am timid person and I a slow learner but most people don’t know because of the way I work on myself most especially when I was in school. I know when to read and I don’t … Continue reading Olajuwon Treasure: I have always loved baking right from childhood.