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We help single mothers shattered by failed marriages — Maureen Nwaezeigwe

Maureen Mennor Nwaezeigwe is the founder of Singlemomhood Support Initiative. In this interview, she disclosed how she was touched by the emotional trauma of failed marriages and the heavy burden of parenting which single mothers are forced to live.

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DARAMOLA: Why Mandela wanted me to marry his secretary

WITH a boisterous image that makes his presence conspicuous anywhere, he has traversed the private and public sector remarkably. He depicts the kind of confidence that could be mistaken for self-worth. Such assertiveness is not self-importance, but the true picture of the man of ideas that Bimbo Daramola is. True to the axiom that ideas rule the world, Daramola’s ideas have been instrumental to his successes in the private sector and public service where he represented Ekiti State North Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives. The man, who wants to govern his state, reveals the things that could not be disregarded as momentous experiences in his life.

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Olakunle Churchill in triple celebration

One of the most celebrated businessman in the Nigeria’s space, Dr Olakunle Oladunni Churchill, the Chief Executive officer of Big Church group is presently in a celebration mood. The Big church group has many juicy pies that cut across Agriculture, entertainment, properties, IT to mention a few and the quintessential businessman has further invested his time and resources in bringing hopes to the less privileged in the society.

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LADI THOMPSON: Dad’s rejection of bribes as Perm Sec still inspiring

This encounter with Rev Ladi Thompson presents an unambiguous picture of a man, who by the virtue of being born into a cosmopolitan home got the exposure that saw him having a broadened worldview.
The experiences garnered at Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, ABU, his ministry and business early in life combined with others to make him an instrument of positive change.
Today, he bears the burden using the lessons from his trajectory to raise a new generation of value-oriented Nigerians. This is a personal testimony laced with impressionable scenarios. He is the founder of Lagos-based Living Waters Unlimited Church and the international coordinator of Macedonian Initiative, a non-governmental organization.

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AGU: Lessons I learnt as a houseboy

IN Chief Mathew Agu’s narrative, the teachings of motivational speakers about making the best of every situation, find full manifestation. With lessons learnt while serving the late Justice Ezekwe as a house boy, the village boy, whose first time of being in a city was at the age of 17, rose to become a successful entrepreneur, politician, and philanthropist. He is the Chairman of Common Services International, a multi-million Naira commodity trading firm. This is his story.

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