Tolu Fiz Akanee is a thinker, writer and speaker; the author of A-Z Life lessons

Friday, October 29, 2010


Yesterday afternoon was my most frustrating moment here....it was crazy sitting on d grass to receive lectures, we were made to sit under the hot afternoon sun 4 2hrs after which we rebelled and that led to a 30min punishment after which we had anoda hour and half of lectures totalling 4hrs.
I was molested mentally

These military guys are just animals.....real animals and I think I can handle their stress a lil simply cos I understand the psychology behind their moves.

Today was different tho, it was a short lecture in the assembly hall. That was good of them sha!
As I was under the dead boring lecture on entrepreneurship, I had d privilege of eavesdropping on a conversation btw 2 CU guys and the inspiration came for my 3rd book.
My 3rd text will definitely be a business book.....there are too many questions left unanswered on how to get started as an entrepreneur.

Nepa has dulled again n I have to save battery

I must let u guys know that there's a lot of CU beef here n I'm loving every minute of it
They hate us for a simple reason: we are in a different class and they aren't just good enough to match up so they call it "pride" or "forming" as the case may be.

Every phase comes with a specific purpose and there's a lesson attached to each experience.

I'm grateful to God
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Wednesday, October 27, 2010


So we finally had our swearing-in ceremony today after two intensive days of parade practice ahead of the big day.

We were lucky to not have the governor himself around (governors always come late) as the representative made it in on time.

Lucky me I was smart enuf to not join in the parade as I joined the JJC crew who were exempted from the display.
That move almost backfired at the end of the ceremony when the JJC guys were now made to learn by force. Words can't explain what it took me and Ehi to outsmart the soldiers who almost roped us in the extra 1hr practice......dats my sweetest move so far on camp *big grin*

We've been split up into platoons......I hope to meet more interesting people as platoon activities start.

Things are already falling in place
Bathing issues
Toilet issues
Charging issues
Networking issues
Everything is settling fine, mililtary camps just seem to force u to think and above all I'm convinced its a survival of the smartest.

Its getting more interesting as the day goes by and I might just miss the experience when it all comes to an end.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

NYSC diaries

No ba3 to blog
Many words describe this place


I shall be back 4 more
Hp y'al r enjoyin life outside a military camp

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Are u?

Are about to move out of Lagos (or ur current base) to serve the nation for the next one year?
Are you gonna remain in Lagos (or ur current base) for the next one year?

I guess u should be reading this piece

Lemme bore u with another prototype motivational act by telling to pick a pen and paper and write the answer to this question in as many words as u can:
"What can I become in the next one year?"

This is the practical of the theoretical cliche that says
"U cannot feature in a future u don't picture"

Especilly for those that will be off home, u are left to be self-motivated!
Reality has set in...d 'connected' have made their way to their desired state and are about to clinch their dream job......ur 'runs' didn't click or maybe u didn't even make any attempt to influence ur posting

This is not the time to sulk over ur state of primary assignment, wake up to the reality of the year ahead and make plans

My heart goes out to those that will lose focus during this period. While I shake my head m tellin u that it will be hard to catch up wit peers if u ever lose track for one day.

Stay positive
Stay thirsty
I'm of d school of thought that wealth is easier to amass in d midst of the under-exposed
Stay sensitive
Every problem comes wit a bag of riches with which it rewards whosoever meets it with a solution
Stick to ur roots
There's no future outside Christ
I ♥ u all


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Ede is a local govt area in Osun state
I will be in Ede for the next 3wks (oct25-nov16)
All is the name of national youth service call

Ede is actually my hometown, my great grand parents were born, bread and they all lived and died in Ede.
My father was born in that town too and in 21yrs of my life I've not had a single cause to go to Ede.

Not witches. Its a christian community and my grand parents were pastors but both paternal grandparents were gone b4 the time I came to this world - 21yrs ago.

I'm pretty much excited about the trip down to d town and the 3wks in EDE camp before I start work in Las Gidi

I wanna explore a different side of blogging when I'm in Ede
I might not blog though, but I'll def keep a journal as much as I hate paper n biro, I think I wanna give it a good try this time around.

The next one year of my life will be a most exciting one, I tried to draw a mental picture of the state of my life come October 2011 n if u know what I saw!!! *sighs*
U just have to keep reading my blog!

Btw, I passed d Accenture aptitude test...they say 4 stages of interview
I've always wanted to be interviewed 4 a job cos I wonder why people fear it that much.
I look forward to acing them all n getting d employment letter then I 'humbly' reply
"I'm sorry I can't accept the offer, I'm wit Exxon"
My friends think I'm crazy!! But let's c hw it goes

In conclusion, please I'm begging you all to READ BOOKS
Ignorance is killing our nation, especially the Nigerian youth.,.....because I discovered d power of a healthy reading culture, my parents had little parenting to do.
Read a book today

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Special toast

I raise my glasses to heavens in appreciation and with a heart soaked with gratitude for a prayer answering Father.

Thank you Jesus for the Lagos NYSC posting...this is the beginning of the many greater things to come.

Next on my prayer list is my dream Mobil job

Monday, October 18, 2010

Am I back for reals?

I don't know why I suddenly stopped daily updates.
I always have this blog in mind, I always have the people that read me in my mind, I always think of those that read that I don't know and I might not know or get to ever meet in this life.
But even with all of those thoughts running through my mind, I still don't get to update.

I wish I could blame my iPod for not syncing my notes on my outlook anymore. I wish I could blame my iPod for the crack, I wish I could blame my BB for losing so much battery power each time I try mobile blogging.

But I noticed something that was common to all of the things I hoped to blame
my iPod, my BB, my battery....they all bear "MY"
So without any excuse it has been a "ME" thing.

I think this post should just be all about me then.

Too many thoughts running through my mind
Toooooo many issues popping up.

NYSC posting will be out in a couple of days, I have spent days, weeks, months and even years confessing Lagos as my place of NYSC posting and as the final hour draws nearer I realise how much I need to be in this city for the next one year.

When a client told me to confirm Lagos first before we kick off business, I ran to the knees of the one in heaven and I reminded Him of his word again, I have applied every principle I have learnt about drawing supernatural favour and I can't wait to see Lagos happen.

*sighs* eko o ni baje oh

I look forward to NYSC because I know it's a season of wealth creation for me, God recently opened my eye to my business Elijah and I am most excited about that revelation...I will revisit this issue someday soon

I've had privileged discussions with a couple of friends that are about to explode and *sighs* I cant wait for these persons to hit spotlight...some things are about to happen! It will take hanging around a lil longer to understand some of these things I'm seeing. I am proud to be a part of this generation, I'm proud to be alive at this hour.

I have been reading a lot of late and each time I read books I always wish each one of my friends and the people I care about invest quality time to read books. Until we all read books we won't realise how much we are losing by not doing so.

I've also been commiting my next book into God's hands...too many concepts, too many ideas but it goes beyond what I can see or say now. Like I told Gbubemi earlier today "just when I think I have it all laid out n well schemeed...whooooop! The mighty one sweeps in and takes it all to another level"

I could remember late last year when I wanted to plan for year 2010, I couldnt see beyond my July2 graduation, so I had a Jan - June plan, God came in in July with exclusive rights and see what He's doing.

I've also been experimenting lately, trying out some crazy principles I learnt from some crazy books.
I will be glad to share them when they start working their magic.

Happiness is all that counts in this world we live in.
Gone are the days when I used to try to understand how people that earn ridiculously meagre amounts can look so joyful and comfortable with life and as the things I see daily tell me that "the rich also cry" I'm fast understanding that accomplishment doesn't equal happiness.
We are rated as one of the happiest people on earth and at the same time we are one of the world's poorest nations. U will have a problem with these statistics until u understand the definition of happiness.

In conclusion, does ur life give you joy?
When last did you smile all alone to yourself?
Work your way to happiness and make sure u define it now so u recognise it when it comes.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Just believe

God just wants us to carry this big head all around
One big head that carry a minute mentality
The mentality of 'my father has the will to do and undo'
"I can do all things through christ who strengthens"
"Ask and it shall be given unto you"
"...my word shall not return to me empty, it shall fulfill that which it was sent to accomplish"
"As a man thinketh so is he"
"My God is able"

Complex mind can't understand God
And that's why I recently said "if u want to learn how to fall in love, don't come to class with your head"
Ur head is filled with theorem, laws, principles
And even though I made that statement in the secular i.e. The boy-girl love

It suddenly dawned on me that God is love
U don't use ur human head(brain) in the school of faith

To love u need ur heart to guide u
To believe u need ur heart
Ur head wil say ure stupid
Ur head wil criticise u badly n cause u to fear

But why not let go and let God

He is able
Just believe!
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

On Finance

"Academic qualification are important and so is financial qualification. They are both important and schools are forgetting one of them"
-Robert Kiyosaki

"Money is a kind of base subject. Like water, food, air and housing it affects everything; yet for some reason the world of academics thinks it is a subject below their social standing"
-Robert Kiyosaki

"We go to school to learn how to work hard for money. I write books and create products that teach people how to have money work hard for them"
-Robert Kiyosaki

"Your earning ability today is largely dependent upon your knowledge, skill and your ability to combine that knowledge and skil in such a way that you contribute value by which customers are going to pay"
-Brian Tracy

"You can't know it all no matter how smart you are, no matter how comprehensive your education, no matter how wide-ranging your experience, there is simply no way to acquire all the wisdom you need to make your business thrive"
-Donald Trump

"Financial education needs to be a part of our national curriculum and scoring systems so that it is not just the rich kids that learn about money, it is all of us"
-David Bach

"Until the knowledge you have of finance is the appropriate one for wealth creation, every plan you have gets messed up by the disjointed opinions you hold"
-Matthew Ashimolowo

"A feast is made for laughter and wine maketh merry; but money answereth all things"
-King Solomon (Eccl10:19)

I'm on a quest for advanced financial literacy ahead of the comng Wealth Transfer that God himself has promised me.
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Monday, October 11, 2010

Pink Hope

Pink Pearl Foundation got me and my friends on the streets of Isolo & Mushin this Saturday 
on a breast cancer and cervical cancer awareness walk

Friday, October 8, 2010

I hear say....Pt3

It is still sad to know that we don't have some form of local Forbes to depend on for new information on Nigerian billionaires and the decisions they make daily to shape the economy of our nation...we just keep hearing things...
If I may ask...
Who said so?
We know not

The Palms shopping mall has been around for years now and it is by all standards the most successful and the most patronised mall in Nigeria (Tolu said so)

How did it all start?
A nigerian entrepreneur approached Actis group a south african based company that have great track records when it comes to setting up retail outlets in different African countries.

Word has it that all the Nigerian guy had was a large piece of land along the Lekki Express way and that was all he brought to the bargaining table.
The agreement was that Actis group will setup an ultramodern mall on this large piece of land, run it for a period of time, check out when they are done making their desired profit.
After they did their financial computations, their forecast revealed that they will need to run it for 5years to make that desired profit...after which 100% ownership of the mall will be ceded to the Nigerian.

Everything started out as planned but did not end as planned, as of the end of the 2nd year of operation Actis group had made just what they had aimed to earn in 5yrs!! so they cashed out honourably, ceded 100% ownership to the Nigerian

They left him to run the business and over the years the business has remained fresh, increasing earnings with each passing year
They left but they didn't leave
They left but they didn't leave him without a system

If Nigerian entrepreneurs can understand in-depth, the importance of systems development then business succession will be a reality.

Its a shame to watch businesses, organisations crumble as their owners die

Don't we get the message when see brands like
T.M. Lewin (est 1898) ?

It can happen to us if we will make it happen. Our nation needs builders, systems developers
We need it in the family
Things can work when daddy is not home
We need it in governance
Things can work when a new leader takes over
We need it in church
Church can be fun when the senior partner is away
We need it in business
Things can work when the CEO retires

We need it in YOU
Things can work when your days are gone

Don't just read these things
Use it to do something!
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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

I hear say... Pt 2

I'm so excited to bring you the Pt 2 of my 'hear-say's
The Pt1 generated a number of challenging questions and I'm about to do justice to those questions, so pay attention.

To be sincere with you, the Etisalat isssue is one that I still can't suggest a credible solution to because over the years I've studied how they have tried out different intelligent strategies and they still haven't had their big break.

I said it before that new brands grow on existing thriving brands
and as simple as that statement may sound, it answers all of our questions.

Etisalat understands this and this is why they've been trying to penetrate the market by appealing to the youth..major youth events are sponsored by Etisalat, they have done sooo much and almost tooo much to win the hearts of the youth but the result is still not as impressive as it ought to be.

But let me go back to the issue with the magazines.
I shared this with a friend recently that needed counsel on how to promote their next issue.

If u want to start a magazine in Nigeria today and u want to be successful, I advice u don't start out as a nobody!
Build credibility in a different industry then start out the magazine as an overflow of your passion to share information..if u seek out to make a name with a magazine...ure on a long thing, it's not all that easy

Back to my hear-says

I hear say....Pt 2

I hear say..GTB pays Super striker comic #100million per issue
Super striker is a first timer in the world of comics anyway and its probably the only Nigerian comic that most of know..but guess what, it is not Nigerian.
Super striker is owned by a South African company and I hear it sells in two other African nations
So the one that comes to Nigeria has names like Segz, Musa e.t.c
The one that goes to Ghana(nt sure if it's in Ghana..jst sayin) has names like Mensah
Different names but same story, same illustration per issue
Just that the sponsors r different so they wear branded jerseys of the different sponsors.
In Nigeria other than GTB, they have sponsors like
Amstel Malta
Mr Biggs
and a couple of others that I cant remember now

All these sponsors will also have a fixed amount they pay to Super strikers per issue
Yet super striker is not for free distribution..they sell #70  per copy and I'm sure there's profit in that #70 on its own.

====If for one minute, u perceive this moves as a rip off, u cant have this kind of money...ure still carrying a wrong mindset, renew your mind===

Friends, its an interesting world when ur ideas grow into systems and these systems bring you money

The catch is this: The people that think these things are human beings like me and u, they went to the same kind of schools we went to, they studied the same kind of arithmetic, but u know what: they outgrew theories on time and were thirsty to solve problems.

I say it over and over again that entrepreneurship is God's plan for man. Financial prosperity is key

See, I want your eyes to get wet as you read some of these things and have goose bumps while you go all out to look for how to generate wealth.

Build systems...money is 'sweeeeetest' when it comes from a system built by 'you' 
It feels rewarding. 
The joy of systems is that it gives u bargaining power in the place of prayer.

I heard this one from Fela Durotoye..I have d mp3 audio, so this one is confirmed.

Fela Durotoye was in the presence of God one day and he told God that he wanted to pay a tithe of #100million..GBAM!
He said it with faith and he continued his normal life, a couple of days later he received a call that a state government wanted to give out copies of his book to students in that state...the number of copies they ordered for was worth a little above #1billion

Did he have a tithe of #100million to pay in the church the next Sunday or not?
What system did he build?
He wrote a book...a relevant book for that matter...that book is a system. That book being a system, gave him bargaining power in the heavens...u cant be doing nothing and u will expect God to just hit u with something mega. Divine protocols cannot be broken

Just leave this page and go on ur knees asking God to show u something, because really, u can be next on the line for his MEGA blessings

I also heard the story behind Shoprite...I will share that with u tomorrow

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

I hear say... Pt 1

In recent times I've been hearing some disturbing digits and I see a need to share them even though their sources are unverified...verification shouldnt be an issue anyways, hw many facts do we really verify in this country sef.


I heard Chi foods makes #200million every week
Chi foods are the manufacturers of Chivita, Super bite n tins
With all the weddings, dinners, burials, birthday celebrations we have every weekend. it make sense to believe this stats.

I now wonder how much Coca cola group makes then since I see more of Five Alive at parties than I see Chivita

I heard Genevieve magazine is swimming in money
Word has it that all the adverts in Genevieve magazine are paid for at the beginning of the year; and since magazines make their money from adverts you can imagine how much cash that is spelling for them.

They don't even have any business with how the magazine gets to your hand or whether you will buy it or not...they don't do retail sales. All they do at their office is to collate content, design what they want, send it to their printers in Lebanon.
As soon as the printing house is done printing the 20,000 copies I heard they print every month, they cargo the magazines to Nigeria, retailers now pick it from the port (paying on the spot oh) and they spread to their sales chain all around the country.

You can like to have this kind of money!

You might say magazine business is not all that profitable...YES! it is not all that profitable for new comers!
Come rain come shine, True love and Genevieve will always sell!
They sell not because they have the best print quality or content, they sell because they have become a brand.
People don't just buy products, they buy brands!

Genevieve is owned by Betty Irabor, wife of Soni Irabor
We all knew there was a Soni Irabor before we knew there was a Betty Irabor
We all knew there was a Soni Irabor wayyyy before we knew Genevieve magazine
The morale: new brands grow on  existing, thriving brands

Why is it that we have seen better magazines but they still don't have a striking brand?
We can link this to the starters advantage.
When u start first and start well u have a stong and vibrant competitive edge; let me use the telecomms industry as a case study just to drive my point home.
MTN and Econnet were the first GSM operators in Nigeria.
When the GSM revolution came, it sweeped us all off our feet, it was a working solution, we embraced it, we appreciated it, and even though it was very expensive we went all out to acquire this technology and it improved business and our social lives.
Mtel came on board at a time that MTN and Econnet were stil having serious issues over poor network coverage but they couldnt do any better..they were even a lot much worse.
Glo did their bit and they matched up with MTN and Vmobile (former Econnet) over time
Though these 3 had different tarrif schemes, the difference wasnt that much,

Etisalat came in last with the better life...the best life if I can say and up till now, they still don't have the hearts of the majority of GSM subscribers
not because their services are terrible
not becaue they are expensive
but because WE (GSM subscribers) are tired of change
we would rather stick to our first love - MTN/Zain or better still GLO

Etisalat offers unbelievable call rates, yet we won't subscribe

How else can we explain #15 per min that Etisalat offers against #40 per min that MTN is taking from us and we will not run over to Etisalat?

I believe this is the same thing that is happening to most of the new magazine publishers in town...there are just too many of them and people would rather stick to their first-loves

....Visit this page tomorrow for the concluding gist
As I talk about 'Super Striker' magazine  and other hear-says that have touched me in recent times

Sunday, October 3, 2010

He's gone
Another man gone
He's still here though
But he's gone

He's changed
Another man changed
He's still the same though
But he's changed

Gone to be with his woman
The one who bears the womb of a man
Womb-man - woman
Gone to be with his woman as the Lord has purposed

Changed; as two become one
Different bones now 'bone of my bone'
Different flesh now 'flesh of my flesh'
Changed as the creator purported

Now I'm left alone
All alone
All to self
All to my being

I've always had to tread their paths
The path all boys tread to become men
The path all men tread to become real men
The path real men tread to become fathers

I should stop talking crab
Stop muddling thoughts
And not call what is not a poem a poem
And simply say I miss my newly wedded brother

The original Independence day speech

On Saturday, October 1, 1960, Nigeria became an independent nation

What follows is Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa's speech delivered at Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos at the Independence Ceremony.

Please read it and let me know your thoughts. click below to send your comments:http://www.getinspirednigeria.com/posts/278

Today is Independence Day. The first of October 1960 is a date to which for two years every Nigerian has been eagerly looking forward. At last, our great day has arrived, and Nigeria is now indeed an independent sovereign nation.Words cannot adequately express my joy and pride at being the Nigerian citizen privileged to accept from Her Royal Highness these Constitutional Instruments which are the symbols of Nigeria's Independence. It is a unique privilege which I shall remember for ever, and it gives me strength and courage as I dedicate my life to the service of our country.

This is a wonderful day, and it is all the more wonderful because we have awaited it with increasing impatience, compelled to watch one country after another overtaking us on the road when we had so nearly reached our goal. But now we have acquired our rightful status, and I feel sure that history will show that the building of our nation proceeded at the wisest pace: it has been thorough, and Nigeria now stands well- built upon firm foundations.Today's ceremony marks the culmination of a process which began fifteen years ago and has now reached a happy and successful conclusion. It is with justifiable pride that we claim the achievement of our Independence to be unparalleled in the annals of history. Each step of our constitutional advance has been purposefully and peacefully planned with full and open consultation, not only between representatives of all the various interests in Nigeria but in harmonious cooperation with the administering power which has today relinquished its authority.

At the time when our constitutional development entered upon its final phase, the emphasis was largely upon self-government. We, the elected representatives of the people of Nigeria, concentrated on proving that we were fully capable of managing our own affairs both internally and as a nation. However, we were not to be allowed the selfish luxury of focusing our interest on our own homes. In these days of rapid communications we cannot live in isolation, apart from the rest of the world, even if we wished to do so. All too soon it has become evident that for us Independence implies a great deal more than self-government. This great country, which has now emerged without bitterness or bloodshed, finds that she must at once be ready to deal with grave international issues.

This fact has of recent months been unhappily emphasized by the startling events which have occurred in this continent. I shall not labour the point but it would be unrealistic not to draw attention first to the awe-inspiring task confronting us at the very start of our nationhood. When this day in October 1960 was chosen for our Independence it seemed that we were destined to move with quiet dignity to place on the world stage. Recent events have changed the scene beyond recognition, so that we find ourselves today being tested to the utmost We are called upon immediately to show that our claims to responsible government are well-founded, and having been accepted as an independent state we must at once play an active part in maintaining the peace of the world and in preserving civilization. I promise you, we shall not fail for want of determination.

And we come to this task better-equipped than many. For this, I pay tribute to the manner in which successive British Governments have gradually transferred the burden of responsibility to our shoulders. The assistance and unfailing encouragement which we have received from each Secretary of State for the Colonies and their intense personal interest in our development has immeasurably lightened that burden.

All our friends in the Colonial Office must today be proud of their handiwork and in the knowledge that they have helped to lay the foundations of a lasting friendship between our two nations. I have indeed every confidence that, based on the happy experience of a successful partnership, our future relations with the United Kingdom will be more cordial than ever, bound together, as we shall be in the Commonwealth, by a common allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, whom today we proudly acclaim as Queen of Nigeria and Head of the Commonwealth.

Time will not permit the individual mention of all those friends, many of them Nigerians, whose selfless labours have contributed to our Independence. Some have not lived to see the fulfilment of their hopes—on them be peace—but nevertheless they are remembered here, and the names of buildings and streets and roads and bridges throughout the country recall to our minds their achievements, some of them on a national scale. Others confined, perhaps, to a small area in one Division, are more humble but of equal value in the sum-total.

Today, we have with us representatives of those who have made Nigeria: Representatives of the Regional Governments, of former Central Governments, of the Missionary Societies, and of the Banking and Commercial enterprises, and members, both past and present, of the Public Service. We welcome you, and we rejoice that you have been able to come and share in our celebrations. We wish that it could have been possible for all of those whom you represent to be here today: Many, I know, will be disappointed to be absent, but if they are listening to me now, I say to them: 'Thank you on behalf of my Thank you for your devoted service which helped build up Nigeria into a nation. Today we are reaping the harvest which you sowed, and the quality of the harvest is equalled only by our gratitude to you. May God bless you all.

This is an occasion when our hearts are filled with conflicting emotions: we are, indeed, proud to have achieved our independence, and proud that our efforts should have contributed to this happy event. But do not mistake our pride for arrogance. It is tempered by feelings of sincere gratitude to all who have shared in the task of developing Nigeria politically, socially and economically. We are grateful to the British officers whom we have known, first as masters, and then as leaders, and finally as partners, but always as friends. And there have been countless missionaries who have laboured unceasingly in the cause of education and to whom we owe many of our medical services. We are grateful also to those who have brought modern methods of banking and of commerce, and new industries. I wish to pay tribute to all of these people and to declare our everlasting admiration of their devotion to duty.

And, finally, I must express our gratitude to Her Royal Highness the Princess Alexandra of Kent for personally bringing to us these symbols of our freedom, and especially for delivering the gracious message from Her Majesty The Queen. And so, with the words 'God Save Our Queen', I open a new chapter in the history of Nigeria, and of the Commonwealth, and indeed of the world.

Sources:Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Mr. Prime Minister: A Selection of Speeches Made by Alhaji the Right Honourable Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, K.B.E., M.P., Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Apapa: Nigerian National Press, Ltd., 1964).•

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Saturday, October 2, 2010

October with a difference

1st independence day outside the walls of Covenant University in a long while.

Bro's engagement ceremony
Had a fun time with family and friends as anticipated

October is looking great! A couple of phone calls coming in on one or two business openings

Nysc at the end of the month

Lord, over to you!
Over to you
Over to you alone

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