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What is Important?

1. Access to Kings I woke up very early yesterday morning, earlier than I usually would, to leave my house for 5am and head for the Airport. I was going to meet Fela Durotoye and Bunmi Ajagbe a member of his team, on our way to see the Minister of Education in Abuja.   It ended up being a fulfilling …

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Is this Deoluakinyemi.com?

Hello Friend, thanks for all your contributions – reading, visiting, commenting, sharing, printing, forwarding e.t.c that you have made. All this has helped www.deoluakinyemi.com get to where it is today. This is still the same www.deoluakinyemi.com, only now the picture is more recent, the theme is completely locally made, and it’s Celebrating 3yrs of blogging history. We are however not …

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Sex2Sex Summit

Advertorial: A sex2sex summit will be holding at 9am on Saturday the 20th of September, 2008. It’s going to be the biggest gathering of people taking a stand for their future, Nigeria’s future and their sexuality. Facilitators for these event include, Fela Durotoye, Adeolu Akinyemi, Tara Feladurotoye, Tosan (cakes) Jemide, Toyosi Akerele, Praise Fowowe and Professor Pat Utomi. It will …

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Nigeria Bloggers Conference

The BIT Session and NNC Launch in the UK went well. It was refreshing to see people outside the shores of Nigeria benefiting from what is going on back home – we had fun, laughed out loudly, and shared wealth creating opportunities that are currently open to NNC members. Being in the UK has also provided it’s own set of …

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Barack Obama and I

On Monday the 4th of August, 2008. Barack Hussein Obama and I will be celebrating our birthdays :). He is older by 16yrs. While I have had it in mind to post an article titled Barack Obama and I for a while, I have not given much thought to what the content of the article will be. Haven thought about …

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P.A.T.R.I.O.T.I.C

One of the core things that the New Nigeria Club seeks to address is the question of identity. Not just image, but identity. In this classification, image is how you are perceived while perception is how you see yourself. True sustainable image is one that is projected directly from one’s sense of personal identity. If what I am projecting as …

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