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Author: ‘Deola Adeyemi

I would describe myself as someone who is highly-motivated, resourceful and ambitious at the same time. I like to seek out learning opportunities and I’m not afraid to fail and struggle as a part of learning. I thrive on challenges and constantly set goals for myself Interest: Leadership | E-commerce | Affiliate Marketing I have spoken to over a thousand young minds on leadership, digital marketing and web design in Lagos, Abuja, Bayelsa, Port-Harcourt among others. I am a graduate of the University of Lagos with a BA in History and Strategic Studies. I runs a community change project tagged “Passion for Positive Change.” I am passionate about the collective progress of young minds with focus on skill acquisition.

1 Dec, 2021

Own a Share of MTN – Step by Step Guide

MTN Nigeria on Tuesday announced a public offer of 575 million shares at N169 per

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25 May, 2021

11 Steps to Achieving a High IELTS Score

Achieving a high IELTS score takes understanding the IELTS and consistent preparation. Here is a

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24 May, 2021

Affiliate Marketing – The Biggest Online Business in Nigeria

Hey! How was your day? People make money online every day and this isn’t a

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24 May, 2021

KEEP AT IT! NIGERIA DEPENDS ON YOU

I dedicate this article to all young minds out there making a difference. Nigeria is in a

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24 May, 2021

RELIGION IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA

[January 22, 2017] This is my first write-up of the year, and obviously it is

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22 Oct, 2018

The Shocking Revelation of Portfolio

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22 Oct, 2018

Ten Secrets You Will Not Want To Know

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22 Oct, 2018

At Least Once In Your Lifetime And Here’s

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21 Oct, 2018

Going To Change Your Business Strategies

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